Gary Prater worked in many fields. He changed from one to another depending on income and passion he worked in wood working and historic restoration, farming,teaching and directed a couple of Muncie museums. This story was part of one of my journalism courses in 2014 at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind. The soundslide above, Prater explains his reasons behind leaving those careers and why he ended up as an independent farmer and craftsman.
Moore family tells their own experience with adoption and the ups and downs they went through. Other families also talk about their opinions, experience and plans to inter the world of adoption and fostering. This story was part of a journalism course in 2014 at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.
Aliya Ketela is a Syrian talented girl who lives in Fishers, Ind. She started taking piano lessons when she was six years old. Aliya’s passion in music comes from her mother who signed her into private piano lessons with a music teacher. This interview was part of my internship in 2016 at Indy Korea Magazine in Indianapolis.