Whitney- I liked your story because I could personally connect with it. I knew Abby, and your story will make me remember your talk. It tied in really well with your topic! It really inspired me to change how I live my life.
Your talk was very organized and inspirational. I like the part where you said they could be the next Oprah, that was funny. Good Job!
Whitney's presentation was really touching and made me think about the reasons why some people don't talk to new people, and why certain connections are worth having.
Whitney- A feel your case. I feel that I want to go and help that person who sits alone. I think that your TED Talk was amazing. I liked the challenge at the end. I hope you go foar with this.
Great job! I love that you were standing up for the underdog. I feel like it's a lesson we all learned, but nobody ever told us to follow through with it. Your story about your friend with cancer was heart wrentching
Whitney- Your story at the beginning was so moving. I think everyone as something relatable. Your message of Living Life with No Regrets is such an amazing thing that I think most people don't do. I like how you challenged us to try our best and to live with no regrets.
Whitney, I think this is a good topic! I really agree that everyone should step outside of the box! People should try to live life with no regrets! You talked very well! Nice job!
That is so very depressing, and i felt like crying with your story. However i really enjoyed how you kept with it and mdae it a very interesting and very inspiring. Great job Whitney.
Whitney started the talk off with a story about a girl named Abby. The story was very sad and I really understood her points. The talked really moved me and made me want to be a better person. I want to be nicer to people and the talk made me feel like I should. I was really interested in Whitney's talk and it made me think. I loved that her points flowed and connected.
Whitney- Your presentation was very powerful. Your message was amazing, and you delivered very well. Everything was very smooth. It stood out to me as the best so far. It was definitely a step above the rest. Seriously amazing work.
Your speech was really smooth and meaningful. I could tell that you were emotional about your topic. I really like the argument you make; I think we have all been outcasts at some point in our lives, and we need to always be aware of who is alone at each moment.
Whitney- Regrets are such an awesome topic to talk about. You seemed really confident and rehearsed. Great job on the talk. It must have took a lot of effort.
The story was happy then sad, and even more sad because you knew the person. That story really helped better understand your idea of living life with no regrets. Good talk with lots of deep examples.
Whitney started with a touching story about her friend who had cancer. What mattered to Whitney was to live life with no regrets. I thought she did great in showing the class why we should take that extra step to try to make a change because you don't want to regret what you never did. She also challenged the class to make no regrets, because we never know when it's going to be too late.
Whitney,You had a lot of evidence, and a heart touching story. This helped us understand better what you were telling us.You did not move much, and repeated the same movement over and over (shifting from one leg to the other). This was a little distracting from your talk. Also, a little more practice would have done you good.Overall, good job. Great use of story and personal connection.-Matthew Cheney
Your story was very well laid out and made sense when you connected it to the bigger picture. It also was very easily applied to all of our lives because we all know someone like that. Your speaking seemed very natural and it came easily to you. Good job Whitney
I think that Whitney's TED Talk was sad, but good. The personal story was touching and I think it is sad that people did not reached out to her until after she passed away. I agree with the message of living life with no regrets.
I liked how Whitney related back to her friend Abby. One of the kids in my neighborhood died over last summer and many people posted similar things on his facebook.
Whitney's talk was magnificent. She did a geat job of leading in with real world examples and she made people question themselves. She did a great job and I am glad I heard her talk because I know I will take what she said with me.
I really liked how you brought up the facebook posts, and how you narrowed out the comments that started with "I wish..."
Whitney-Your story about Abby was very powerful and made us all listen to what you are saying. I liked how you had a challenge for us and called on us to do something different. I think you did a very good job!
Whitney I loved your point! Sometimes, I feel like an outsider and it is really awesome when someone comes and talks with me. I try to do the same, but sometimes I get nervous. Your presentation was great and you got your point across.
Whitney- Your TED of "Living Life Without Regrets", highlighted "what-if?" very well. It gives you a good reason to think twice about every lonely kid that you choose not to talk to. Very impactful!
Whitney - The powerful story of Abby was incredible, and really enhanced your presentation.Your ideas of passion and regret were great, and really opened my eyes.