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Ep. 4.4: Fountain Pens & Computations

1/29/2019
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In this episode, I interview Derek Taylor, a junior here at the College concentrating in Computer Science, a field that, after his brutal first tastes of its challenge, he was enticed to pursue instead of Mechanical Engineering. Proudly Central American and hailing from Miami, Florida, Derek tells us why he finds himself so tied to the culture here in Cambridge, a community that is lustrous in the fountain pens it sells and the education it gives.

Duration:00:37:42

Ep. 4.3: The Red Line & A Powerful Name

12/29/2018
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On Episode 3 of Season Four, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What are your ties?” Podcast Editor Marissa Garcia and Indy Staff Member Claire Albert interview Genesis De Los Santos, a senior from Dorchester, Massachusetts concentrating in History and Literature with a focus on Ethnic Studies. She is writing her senior thesis on hair as it relates to femininity within the Dominican Republic, and she discusses her own decision to cut her hair. She sits down with us to tell her...

Duration:00:45:19

Episode 4.2: Redefined Identities & Remedial Rowing

12/3/2018
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On Episode 2 of Season Four, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What are your ties?” Podcast Editor Marissa Garcia interviews Gina Cusing, a junior concentrating in Psychology. She sits down with us to tell his story. Follow us on... Facebook: www.facebook.com/harvardindependent/ Twitter: twitter.com/HarvardIndy Instagram: www.instagram.com/harvardindependent/

Duration:00:54:08

Episode 4.1: Hand-Sewn Notebooks & Video-Making

10/22/2018
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On the season premiere of Season Four, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What are your ties?” Podcast Editor Marissa Garcia interviews Ian McClanan, a junior from Portland, Oregon concentrating in Social Studies, who dabbles in expressing his creativity both tangibly and digitally. He sits down with us to tell his story. You can hear more of Ian’s ideas here: https://www.ideasandian.com/ Follow us on... Facebook: www.facebook.com/harvardindependent/ Twitter: twitter.com/HarvardIndy...

Duration:00:36:07

Indy Grads: Staff Writer Emily Hall

9/11/2018
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On a special edition of Tell Me More, we interview graduating senior Emily Hall (Class of 2018), who reflects upon how the Indy served as a political outlet for her. Her next journey is Yale Law School. Follow us on... Facebook: www.facebook.com/harvardindependent/ Twitter: twitter.com/HarvardIndy Instagram: www.instagram.com/harvardindependent/

Duration:00:21:09

Ep. 3.5: Herding Cattle and The West Wing

4/23/2018
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On the season finale of Season Three, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What is the most important thing for you to do when you go home?” Marissa Garcia, the new Podcast Editor, interviews Michael Shafer, a freshman from Athena, Oregon intending to concentrate in Government. He believes freedom comes through education, and he is actively taking strides to stymie the ever-growing cynicism of our society in regards to the integrity of our politicians. He sits down with us to tell his...

Duration:00:23:10

Ep 3.4: Dinner Table and Homemade Popcorn

4/9/2018
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On Season Three of Tell Me More, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What is the most important thing for you to do when you go home?” Marissa Garcia, the new Podcast Editor, interviews Emma Noyes, a senior who is concentrating in History and Literature. She recently finished her senior thesis, which she dedicated toward analyzing the role of food in the cultural emancipation of women. Food has been intertwined throughout her experiences in her studies but also at her home. She sits...

Duration:00:28:36

Ep. 3.3: Missionary Trips and the Adriatic North

3/26/2018
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On Season Three of Tell Me More, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What is the most important thing for you to do when you go home?” Marissa Garcia, the new Podcast Editor, interviews Brooklynn Davis, who grew up in Boise, Idaho as a sister to twelve other siblings. After her freshman year at Harvard, a desire overcame her to delve into her Mormon faith-- she left college for two years to become a missionary in the Adriatic North. She is now back and shares her story with us....

Duration:00:25:03

Ep. 3.2: Lake Erie and Strange Fruit

3/5/2018
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On Season Three of Tell Me More, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What is the most important thing for you to do when you go home?” Marissa Garcia, the new Podcast Editor, interviews Kacey Gill, who spent her formative years all around women-- from a family of her mom and grandmother to a high school of all girls. In her home of Cleveland, Ohio, Kacey witnessed discrimination that propelled her to her pursuits here at Harvard, with fashion amplifying her voice. Follow us on......

Duration:00:19:41

Ep. 3.1: Old Books and Turkish Fortune

2/19/2018
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On Season Three of Tell Me More, the Indy is asking Harvard undergraduates, “What is the most important thing for 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. Follow us on... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harvardindependent/ Twitter:...

Duration:00:17:22

Ep. 2.5: Dancing and Entrepreneurship

12/21/2017
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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.

Duration:00:14:29

Ep. 2.4: Polar Bears and Economic Adventures

11/28/2017
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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.

Duration:00:16:45

Ep. 2.3: Naps and Lawyers

11/3/2017
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This week on Tell Me More Andrew Perez discusses his dreams of becoming a lawyer and aspiring to a certain kind of lifestyle.

Duration:00:21:55

Ep. 2.2 Wildlife Wardens and Dream Makers

10/20/2017
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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

Duration:00:19:52

Ep. 2.1 Fixing Books to Fixing People

10/6/2017
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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.

Duration:00:16:04

Ep. 5: Underwater Vision and Shaping a Lifestyle

4/17/2017
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Dean Farris '20 talks to Kelsey about his swim coach Mike's ability to see Dean's potential and the values he helped him to develop both in an out of the water. Dean has made a ​big​ difference on the Men's Swimming and Diving team this year​, breaking several records at the Ivy League Championships and earning the high score award. ​​From teammates, to coaches, to golf, Dean tells us what has inspired him throughout his career as a swimmer and a student.

Duration:00:20:06

Ep. 4: Classic Artists and New Dakotas

4/3/2017
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Alasdair MacKenzie and Charles Winston, members of 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 podcast@harvardindependent.com Twitter @HarvardIndy

Duration:00:20:16

Ep. 3 New People and Little Things

3/20/2017
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Bushra Hamid talks about her love of storytelling and the little things in life she lives by. She is inspired to be an activist for Syrian refugees and to tell her own family’s immigration story so that it might help others. My twitter handle is @kelsey_oconnor you can also reach me at podcast@harvardindependent.com. I would love to hear from you. If you know someone you think we should interview, please click here to let us know! https://goo.gl/forms/KR0mLaIg7UGUdCsq1...

Duration:00:15:44

Ep. 2: Free Spirits and the Study of Life

2/27/2017
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Natalie Nogueira talks about her mother and her friend, Flo. They have taught her about living with no attachments and seizing the place you are in to pursuing what truly makes us happy and fulfilled.

Duration:00:26:41

Ep. 1: Baldwin, Identity, and the Past

2/13/2017
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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.

Duration:00:22:04