A FLI Story: Part V
In part 5 of 5 of a FLI story, we send you along your way with tidbits and pieces of advice from our experiences. For more updates, check out @hsuitechats on Instagram!
5 Mar 2021
A FLI Story: Part IV
In part 4 of 5 of a FLI story, we talk about wealth & accolades, having privilege given our contexts, and first hand accounts when dealing with others who aren't familiar with the FLI identity. For more updates, check out @hsuitechats on Instagram!
4 Mar 2021
A FLI Story: Part III
In part 3 of 5 of a FLI story, we bring to light how at times student interactions with professors or admin can feel like a transactional relationship. Is it warranted then to pull the "FLI card" in these moments and then subsequently reveal all of our own personal cards in the process? For more updates, check out @hsuitechats on Instagram!
3 Mar 2021
A FLI Story: Part II
In Part 2 of 5 of a FLI story, we talk about how opportunity gaps affect the ways in which students transitioned from what they knew in high school to then facing the realities of college life. What happens when promises are made with no delivery? For more updates, check out @hsuitechats on Instagram!
2 Mar 2021
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A FLI Story: Part I
In part 1 of 5 of a FLI Story, we start the stream of conversation by defining what being FLI means to each individual and then question how we came about giving a name to the identity. For more updates, check out @hsuitechats on Instagram!
1 Mar 2021
A FLI Story: Introduction
Here is a quick run down of what to expect with the new project, "Grayscale: A FLI Story". Follow along on Instagram @hsuitechats for more updates!
28 Oct 2020
S01E12: "The Information Overload of the Century"
Join us as we continue our conversation from abroad! We try to make sense of the influence of "PC" culture on cancel culture and being "woke" on our college campuses. Featuring: Daneva & DowhaTime Stamps:(3:30) - Back to Campus from Abroad(6:30) - What is PC culture?(19:30)-(28:00)- Warning: Please skip over if not comfortable with subject matter(31:00) - Meat Industry? Being woke on campus?(40:00) - Is a hotep a hypocrite?
21 Oct 2020
S01E11: "To Be Human..."
Annie is a senior at Barnard College studying Urban Studies, Sociology with a concentration in Economics. We discuss Annie's journey to Barnard and have an open conversation on who we are separate from people’s misconceptions of us. We bring to question what it means to be an anti-racist, social media identities , and matters of the heart. Time Stamps:(02:35) - College decision process (10:00) - Coming onto campus(11:45) - Complicated major combination(15:00) - Striving to be an anti-racist (26:15) - Rapid Fire Question!(27:55) - Disconnect of people’s perceptions of you(32:00) - To be human
23 Sep 2020
S01E10: Did We Do College Wrong?
Join us as we have an open conversation with Barnard seniors on the “college game” and the challenges faced in learning how to play it. Time Stamps:(04:00) - Road to Barnard(13:00) - Coming in with no expectations(22:50) - Is there a right way to play the college game?(40:00) - It's the people who have shaped us(53:20) - Rapid Fire Questions!
17 Sep 2020
S01E09: Is Passion Dead?
Ari is a Cellular and Molecular Biology and English major at Barnard College. In this episode we discuss how Ari was hooked into the sales pitch of Barnard and how to deal with that pitch as a student worker. We also debate whether passion is something that we can realistically achieve. Time Stamps:(05:00) - The Barnard sales pitch(18:45) - Student worker struggle(20:45) - Is Barnard still the dream school?(25:00) - Talking pre-med track and the English department(39:00) - Following your passion is dead(44:25) - Looking for the “Aha! moment”(50:15) - What are you looking forward to?
16 Sep 2020