Ok! So, you want to go to college? How do you know
college is right for you? What do you need to do to go? We help explain the admissions process,
debunk any misconceptions, and help you explore the successes and challenges of life after high
Our host, Liz Bolsoni, talks with thought leaders in and around higher education. From current students to college presidents, Liz dives deep on important issues.
Find all episodes of this podcast series on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Breaker or Pocket Casts.
Episode # 24
Considering that Minnesota has one of the largest achievement gaps across socioeconomic, racial, and ethnic demographics, what needs to change so education is equitable for all people? In this episo...Read More About Episode 24 >>
Episode # 23
Is it possible to turn your passion into a career? In this episode, Uzo Ngwu shares about how being an artist and believing in herself has helped her find the confidence to achieve her goals to purs...Read More About Episode 23 >>
Episode # 22
Markus Flynn talks about the value of representation in education, specifically with Black male educators, in the Minneapolis and St. Paul public school systems. Combined, these school systems serve...Read More About Episode 22 >>
The “Life After Now” podcast was developed by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, whose mission is to support the pursuit and completion of a higher education credential by every Minnesotan, regardless of race, gender, or socio-economic status, in order to enhance our democracy.
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Liz Bolsoni moved to the US in 2008 and
currently lives in South Minneapolis. She is majoring in Communication Studies at St. Catherine
University where she works as an English writing and reading tutor. Liz is an adventure cyclist,
style-enthusiast, five-time triathlete, and lover of art, among other things.
Her purpose is to study life through people, stories, memories, and experiences, questioning habits, reflecting upon the past, and moving courageously into the future: life after now.
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