The Office of Student Enrichment hosted FLI Week on Nov. 4-8. FLI, or First-Generation Low Income, Week was an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to celebrate and learn what it means to be a first-generation student attending college. Faculty and staff wore their FLI shirts on Nov. 4, showing that there is a community of higher education professionals who have lived the unique experience of attending college as first-generation, low income. FLI Week activities included a lunch-and-learn on impostor syndrome, a lunch-and-learn on issues in access, a Painting and Privilege session at the Snite Museum and a FLI talent show. All photos were taken by Michael Loiseau, senior marketing intern for the Office of Student Enrichment.