RIT Archives StoryBooth with Syeda Nushrat at the SHED Open House, 2024-01-18

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RIT Archives StoryBooth with Syeda Nushrat at the SHED Open House, 2024-01-18

Description

Syeda Nushrat (she/hers), RIT Student, discusses what she has learned about the new Student Hall for Exploration and Development (SHED) and her experiences using it as a College of Art and Design student.

Date

2024-01-18

Format

video

Identifier

2024:003

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Interviewer

Elizabeth Call

Interviewee

Syeda Nushrat

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5.4 RIT Archives StoryBooth with Syeda Nushrat at the SHED Open House, 2024-01-18 2024:003 00:01:27 RITArc.0752 RIT Archives StoryBooth Collection RIT Archives ritarchives RIT Archives StoryBooth ; Oral History ; College Student ; College of Arts and Design Syeda Nushrat Elizabeth Call .MP4 sb_2023003_nushrats_20240118 0.5:|5(7)|9(15)|14(5) 0 https://youtu.be/Zk628yysM-o YouTube video English 11 Syeda discusses how she's utilized the SHED spaces as a College of Art and Design student. SYEDA NUSHRAT: Um, being at the SHED so far has been a wonderful experience for me. I have spent my, uh, last semester-- I spent last semester coming to the SHED and working on my finals. As a College of Art and Design student, I have a lot of these big, um, projects that take up space, and the SHED provides table space and outlets for me to be able to work freely and, uh, use up the space. 0 49 Syeda answers the RIT Archives StoryBooth prompt: "Tell us what you think the SHED represents for the RIT community." SYEDA NUSHRAT: I think the SHED represents a place of collaboration for RIT. I've seen all kinds of people, like all kinds of majors at the SHED They're taking up space and studying or working. I also think that it's great that it connects, uh, the SHED connects right to the library and the dining hall area because it allows people to just be in one location and really be able to, you know, focus when they're-- when they're studying or when finals are happening. 0 Syeda Nushrat (she/hers), RIT Student, discusses what she has learned about the new Student Hall for Exploration and Development (SHED) and her experiences using it as a College of Art and Design student. &#13 ; SYEDA NUSHRAT: Hi, my name is Syeda, I'm a Graphic Design student at RIT. I am with the College of Art and Design, I'm a third-year student. Um, being at the SHED so far has been a wonderful experience for me. I have spent my, uh, last semester-- I spent last semester coming to the SHED and working on my finals. As a College of Art and Design student, I have a lot of these big, um, projects that take up space, and the SHED provides table space and outlets for me to be able to work freely and, uh, use up the space. I think the SHED represents a place of collaboration for RIT. I've seen all kinds of people, like all kinds of majors at the SHED They're taking up space and studying or working. I also think that it's great that it connects, uh, the SHED connects right to the library and the dining hall area because it allows people to just be in one location and really be able to, you know, focus when they're-- when they're studying or when finals are happening. That is all. Interviews may be reproduced with written permission from RIT Archives. All rights to the interviews, including but not restricted to legal title, copyrights and literary property rights, have been transferred to RIT Archives, Rochester Institute of Technology. video This collection is open to researchers. For more information on the RIT Archives StoryBooth program, please email ritarchive
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RIT Archives StoryBooth;Oral History;College Student;College of Arts and Design

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“RIT Archives StoryBooth with Syeda Nushrat at the SHED Open House, 2024-01-18,” Oral History, accessed July 15, 2024, https://oralhistory.rit.edu/items/show/26.