Arielle Meets Education

This is an interview with Carl and Arielle meet to talk about inclusive education, aeriel yoga and the blending of these two mainstays in Arielle’s life.

From Berlin to Chongqing

Marten talks about his acclimation and adventures in a foreign place which quickly became an unexpected home away from home. 

Monkeys and Hot Sauce

For two months I did the fieldwork and data gathering necessary for my master’s thesis, which investigated chili plants as a potential buffer crop against crop-raiding primates

May the Artisan Reign Supreme!

Allie Dietzek talks about the origins of reign_wala and what she is doing to give artisans in Goa, India a more equitable share of profits stemming from the products they make.

Montana Divided: A Climate Change Story

Michael: Please tell us who you are Justin: Hi. My name is Justin Davey and I’m a British-Irish-American independent filmmaker. Michael: You recently released an independent documentary called “Montana Divided: a Climate Change Story” could you please describe what this film is about? Justin: This film came from an idea I had at the UN…

Jesse Chan: a young musician’s production story

Jesse Chan is a young producer and DJ who makes music under the name Channels, he recently released “Surrounded” (ft. Kat Kennedy). In this interview, Jesse shares his music production story…

Lakim leads inner city students to STEM Field

I love being black and I love being a black engineer – but the issue is bigger than just me. Corporations are not targeting black students for recruitment in the way that they are targeting other demographics.  There is indubitably a lack of black engineers at major tech companies. This is why I work as hard as I do to mentor young students and urge them to pursue STEM.