On Season Three of Tell Me More, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What is the most important thing to you to do when you go home?” Marissa Garcia, the new Podcast Editor, interviews Cengiz Cemaloğlu, whose background is sewn out of his identity as a Turkish citizen and a Soviet immigrant. From old books to fortune telling, Cengiz outlines the most important values he derives from going home.
This week on Tell Me More Kelsey sits down with Jen Wang who had dreams of being a ballet dancer...and she is! From dancing professionally to starting her own business hear from Jen about what it feels like to fulfill your dreams and still keep searching for the next.
This week on Tell Me More Elias Tuomaala shows how one can go from dreams of being a polar bear to an economist. Elias reveals how in just the past decade alone, he has lived in three continents, from his home country of Finland to his boarding school in Mumbai, India to here. Cambridge has been quite the adventure, from significant academic opportunities to impromptu birthday parties. Marissa Garcia interviews.
This week on Tell Me More Susie Clements and Kelsey explore some ludicrous ideas and try to make them happen all while discussing the difference between a Wildlife Warden and a Park Ranger. Subscribe on iTunes and listen on our website! Harvardindependent.com/podcast Twitter: @HarvardIndy Instagram: @HarvardIndependent
On this season of Tell Me More the Indy asks about childhood dreams. In our season 2 premiere, Kianna Goldsberry tells us about how she went from dreams of book editing to dreams of being a doctor. All this on Tell Me More.
Alasdair MacKenzie and Charles Winston, members of the New Dakotas, discuss the classic artists they look up to as they begin their careers in music: Brian Wilson and Emmylou Harris. New Dakotas: www.facebook.com/newdakotas/ Instagram: @newdakotas Harvard Indy: harvardindependent.com/podcast firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @HarvardIndy
Miles Counts tells Kelsey how and why he derives inspiration from the work of James Baldwin. From his love of film to his research on African American history and art, Miles talks about Baldwin’s influence on his path to understanding his family’s history and his own future.