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At War: Wants & Needs

February 26, 2013  
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At War: Wants & Needs

By Amanda Deltuvia — Entering a world that you had no part in creating is sometimes quite frustrating. We are given steps to take with every age bracket, never questioning if these steps are what we would really choose if we were stripped of our societal contexts. These ideals led me to run around New […]

A Mix of Sarah Bareilles Meets Adele: Interview with Up-and-Coming Singer Samantha Aurelio

February 6, 2013  
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A Mix of Sarah Bareilles Meets Adele: Interview with Up-and-Coming Singer Samantha Aurelio

By Amanda Deltuvia — Hailing from the East Coast, Grammy nominated singer Samantha Aurelio is petite but she can hit those notes with strength and prowess. With a Sarah Bareilles-infused piano style synced with a voice comparable to Adele’s amazing pipes, it’s clear that Aurelio is a tour de force. Samantha Aurelio received a Grammy […]

Drab to Fab: Office Space Interior Ideas

January 18, 2013  
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Drab to Fab: Office Space Interior Ideas

By Melissa Ortiz — IF YOU want change, now is the perfect time. Switching up the look and feel of your surroundings can do wonders for your attitude and work ethic. It also forces you to organize all the things that you’ve kept in a pile for—be honest—months and months. You don’t have to be […]

Fashion Tastemaker of the Year: J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons

December 27, 2012  
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Fashion Tastemaker of the Year: J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons

{Photo Courtesy of Glamour}   BUMP INTO Jenna Lyons and you can expect to see her 6-foot frame in a flawless set of mix-and-match ensembles and her signature dark-rimmed glasses, both of which she pulls off with class and creativity. As the current president and executive creative director of J.Crew, Lyons transformed the company from […]

Art in Movement: Interview with Dancer, Cobey Chang

November 29, 2012  
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Art in Movement: Interview with Dancer, Cobey Chang

SHE’S GOT IT down pat—the hip hop groove, the beat, the rhythm, the sashays and ground sweeps that enthrall an audience. Meet Cobey Chang, a serious dancer born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dancing since the age of 4, Chang was trained at the Honolulu Dance Studio and 24-VII Danceforce in jazz, ballet and hip […]

Moody Society: A Balancing Act

November 20, 2012  
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Moody Society: A Balancing Act

By Kri Sutah — We live in an era where concepts and ideas that have been welcomed before are now shunned and opposed, and vice versa…Like when segregation and slavery was no biggie. Or when the idea of gay marriage was taboo, but now it’s more culturally accepted. Youngins used to have more respect for […]

10 Professional Networking Tips for the Unmingled

October 8, 2012  
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10 Professional Networking Tips for the Unmingled

By Abigail Crawford — We all heard the saying that it’s not what you know, but who you know. Well, in the end you need both, but to advance further at a quicker pace, your valuable connections end up being the game changers. To increase your chances of meeting the right people for your professional […]

Outside the Ordinary: Harvard-Educated Electro Pop Artist Turns Up the Beat (Interview with Musician Baker)

September 24, 2012  
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Outside the Ordinary: Harvard-Educated Electro Pop Artist Turns Up the Beat (Interview with Musician Baker)

Meet Baker, a Harvard-educated and classically trained cellist who is beginning to blow up in the pop music genre. Incorporating a mix of 90s trance with a hint of Enrique Iglesias, his catchy electro-pop songs definitely get you in the mood to dance. His passion for music is infectious and evident in his songs. Baker […]

Time to Strut: Fashion for Fall 2012

August 31, 2012  
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Time to Strut: Fashion for Fall 2012

By Andrew Wenzel — Fashion coming straight off the 2012 fall Haute Couture catwalks in Paris, New York and Milan is exceptionally flawless and creative but isn’t a realistic choice when strutting through the office aisle or neighborhood sidewalk of daily life. The statements of couture fashion are meant to inspire fashionistas to integrate the […]

Office Space Design Ideas: Inspirations from Top Companies

August 6, 2012  
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Office Space Design Ideas: Inspirations from Top Companies

You can’t deny that having a sweet office space changes the nature of how you work and overall mood. Check out the following office space design snippets from top companies and see how they play up their everyday workspace. LEGO – Toy manufacturing company based in Billund, Denmark. Lego utilizes what their brand represents and […]

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