– Hello everyone, hi Mom and Dad. My name is Nathanielle Sybico, you guys can call me Nell. And this is my project, Revitalizing: Osmosis in Architecture. And the project is called Kaizuka Subway Station. And so first off I’d like to thank my committee, Marcel, my Chair, Ko Aitani, and Galen Newman – I
SO, I DIDN’T DO GOOD IN SCHOOL, LIKE, AT THE BEGINNING. [MUSIC] COLLEGE WAS DIFFICULT FOR ME. IT IS KIND OF HARD TO ADAPT TO THE PEOPLE BECAUSE YOU DON’T SEE THEM EVERY DAY. YOU SEE THEM JUST ONCE IN A WHILE. MY NAME IS STACEY KAYDEN. I’M THE DIRECTOR OF THIS PROGRAM. MY NAME
– Mother– – [Ty] Breathe. – Oh. – Ahh. (DeeDee screaming) – Merry Christmas. This is one of the best Christmas gifts ever. (Christmas music) – I’m Nae. – I’m DeeDee. – I’m Ty. – I’m Diana, and these are my daughters. – [Narrator] Who’s your favorite? (mom laughing) – Whoa, hold on. – I
So I understand you’re with child. Well, according to you and Jen Garner– No, not me. Jen garner said it. Jen Garner came on this– well, first of all, this dumb magazine said that I was pregnant. And also, Jen at the same time. And we live really close to each other. “Jen and Reese
(giggling) – [Briana] Hi, I’m Briana. I was born in Brooklyn, New York and then moved to Orlando, Florida when I was 10 with my mom, older sister and our dog, Prince. Hi, Prince! I’ve always been a good student. I even graduated high school a year ahead of my class. (cheers) I’m really looking
– [Interviewer] Are you getting queer vibes? – Because of my assumptions I think that you’re straight. – You rundown for me why exactly you think I’m straight, again. – I’m sweating. (bouncy orchestral music) – Hi, I’m Woody Shticks. – My name is Debra Jansen. – [Interviewer] Do you know what you’re doing today?