In fall 2014 CI students began documenting the community history of Oxnard’s historic Wagon Wheel Neighborhood, located at the intersection of Highway 101 and Oxnard Blvd. This neighborhood was scheduled to be demolished in early 2015 and replaced with the Wagon Wheel Family Apartments that will consist of 120 units of affordable housing for low-income residents and a community park. Students worked closely with community partners to recover the history of this forgotten and overlooked multi-ethnic working-class neighborhood in Oxnard, California. CI Students worked collaboratively with attorney Barbara Macri-Ortiz, the Wagon Wheel Residents Committee and Cabrillo Economic Development Corp. to develop an oral history project.  Students conducted oral interviews, used video recording equipment, scanned family album photographs, designed cognitive maps, and collected artifacts with the central goal of creating a digital archive or exhibition.