Photo by IKURU KUWAJIMA / MPW.58 PHOTO BY IKURU KUWAJIMA / MPW.58
  • These subjects have invited us into this short week's window of time to learn from and bear witness to their lives.

    Two long-time farmers parallel the challenges dealt them—one says he is the luckiest man in Randolph County." Having led a full life, he fights cancer but continues work. The other, a recently widowed hog farmer, has made the decision to step aside and pass the farm to his sons.

    Two hard-working women reflect the struggles of being a daughter and a mother. While campaigning for county judge, an attorney balances a full legal career with caring for her aging father. The other works endless hours holding down three jobs as a waitress to provide for her four children.

    Our last two stories are about coming of age. Two 13-year olds girls find race doesn't matter although their friendship is at a turning point. The Greyhounds, a community college basketball team, portrays the difficulty of juggling personal responsibility against worldly temptations.

  • In front, Team E faculty: Melissa Farlow & Randy Cox

    Workshop Students: From left to right:
    Stephen Holt, Jim Ross, Elyse Butler, Ben Sklar, Angela Jimenez, Andrei Pungovschi

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