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Keeping Calm

Keeping Calm

Noelia Escobar

December 20, 2017


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Growing up, many people don’t understand that sometimes we say things that hurt others’ feelings. In this episode, This I Believe essayist Noelia Escobar shares her belief you have to stay calm in order to be heard.

Bones Break, Not Me

Bones Break, Not Me

Tyler Morrison

December 15, 2017


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Some might think breaking 33 bones is a sign of bad luck, but to Tyler Morrison, it's confirmation of his belief that he is invincible.

Out of the Snow Storm and In Front of a Fire

Out of the Snow Storm and In Front of a Fire

Jayden Mather

November 24, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase, This I Believe

In this episode of Eagle Valley Student Media's edition of This I Believe, Jayden Mather reflects on how he came to believe in the importance of being able to rely on yourself while still recognizing when you need to ask for help from the example of his grandmother.  

Burying Crappy Times

Burying Crappy Times

Lee Zimpel

November 22, 2017


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With Thanksgiving tomorrow, it is a wonderful time to reflect on the people we are thankful for having in our lives and lessons we've learned from them. In this episode of This I Believe, Lee Zimpel reflects on his last encounter he had with his grandfather and the lessons he learned from that experience.  

Don’t Exterminate the Cockroaches

Don’t Exterminate the Cockroaches

Nate Molloy

November 15, 2017


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The snow is here, and ski season is coming! This I Believe essayist Nate Molloy loves his time on the mountain, but he used to get frustrated with the tourists. Find out how he came to believe in the value of the tourists to the Vail community in his This I Believe podcast, "Don't Exterminate the Cockroaches."  

The Joke was on Me?

The Joke was on Me?

William Austin

November 8, 2017


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There’s a time in everyone’s life where they feel fake and unliked- it’s called middle school. During a stage of life that's feels like a field where everyone’s opinions rain down on you like bullets, William Austin came to believe in the importance of figuring out how to be himself.  

Vineyard Vines to Jebel Ali

Vineyard Vines to Jebel Ali

Taylor Rippstein

November 6, 2017


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In this episode, Taylor Rippstein reflects on how she came to believe in the importance of being accepting of others and different cultures from her experience moving to Dubai at age 10.  

All We Have is Words

All We Have is Words

Sally McDonnell

October 26, 2017


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In this episode, Sally McDonnell reflects on how she came to believe that stories have the power to change our lives and others' lives when we learn to truly listen.  

On Top of the World

On Top of the World

Carter Josef

October 26, 2017


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Everybody has doubts in their life, but it's important to not let those doubts get in the way of achieving your dreams. Carter Josef shares how he came to realize the importance of believing in yourself from the top of the highest cliff on Vail Mountain in his essay, "On Top of the World."  

The Path to Success

The Path to Success

Jensen Rawlings

October 26, 2017


Filed under Features, This I Believe

Sports can help teach many things to kids such as persevering, dedication and hard work. Jensen Rawlings discovered the importance of hard work through hockey. In his essay, "The Path to Success," Jensen shares how he came to believe in the importance of hard work through his experiences with hockey.  

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