One of my favorite aspects of our program is the oral history project. Not only did this project allow me to learn more about my grandmother, but it permitted me to learn more about everyone else's extraordinary people as well. I believe that my peers are extremely creative and created projects in forms I never even considered. Furthermore, I loved being able to see the role these individuals played in my peers' lives and hearing the stories behind their projects. It was also great to see vintage photos of our extraordinary people from when they were babies, teenagers, and young adults. Though my family does not have very many photos from their lives back in Cambodia, I have always wanted to see what my parents and grandparents looked like when they were young. I would like to see the environments they grew up in and the various activities they participated in. I truly appreciate how this project allowed us to delve into our personal lives and connect the concepts we have discussed in class to an interactive activity. Throughout my college experience, I have never had such an intimate assignment to complete or share with others before. My assignments tend to consist of typical papers, midterms, quizzes, and final exams, with a few creative art projects here and there. This has been the first project that has solely been about me and my family. It felt great being able to share my grandmother's stories and simultaneously show others how far my family has come.