In my fall 2022 course, as a principal investigator and faculty mentor, I introduced an oral history interview project titled “voice of Pashtuns students: stories of their struggle in Punjab”. The project was accepted for the Digital Oral History Cohort Program, supported by AMICAL’s Digital Liberal Arts programs. Through this project, the students in my course first learned interviewing details, ethics/informed consent significance, indexing, and transcribing techniques through Oral History in the Liberal Arts-OHLA website. After this, students applied their learned knowledge by conducting interviews, indexing, and transcribing them in two languages (Urdu/English) on Oral History Metadata Synchronizer-OHMS. At this conference, I intend to share the experience of this student-teacher oral history interview project, its challenges, and noteworthy accomplishments, as it is the first time in my institution’s history that a faculty has conducted a student-oriented oral history project to be archived in digital library resource collection. My presentation would base on my findings as a principal investigator and a faculty mentor in this project.