“Cool, Classic and Comfortable,” Introducing Time Twist Denim

Mikayla Kitsopoulos was 8-years-old when she sat in on a board meeting with her mother, a prominent leader in the fashion industry.  As she sat and doodled mindlessly in a notebook, the lead executive turned to her asking what she thought they should name the new company they were curating.  Kitsopoulos replied, “Time Twist.”  The company in question, C. Wonder, did not claim the name … Continue reading “Cool, Classic and Comfortable,” Introducing Time Twist Denim

“Go Out There, Take A Risk, Be Bold and Have Confidence,” Q&A with Girl Boss Amy Shecter

Want kick-ass career advice for an amazing professional? Meet Amy Shecter. Shecter is currently working as the Chief Executive Officer at Ever/Body, a company looking to provide tech-driven, personalized, natural skincare experiences to consumers.   Shecter has had a plethora of incredible work experience as a top level executive, including working as the CEO of Glamsquad, CEO of CorePower Yoga, President of C. Wonder, VP Global … Continue reading “Go Out There, Take A Risk, Be Bold and Have Confidence,” Q&A with Girl Boss Amy Shecter

Q&A with Freckled Foodie, Cameron Rogers

Sometimes, reality smacks you across the face and forces you to step back and think, “What the #%?! am I doing with my life?!”  For Cameron Rogers, this reality came in the form of a car hurling down a New York City street, hitting her and leaving her with a life altering concussion. Amid her recovery, Rogers left her coveted job at J.P. Morgan, focusing … Continue reading Q&A with Freckled Foodie, Cameron Rogers

Cultivating a Better World: Chipotle Turns Avocado Waste Into Apparel

Caitlin Leibert started the sustainability department at Chipotle — and her job description includes dumpster diving (but more about that later). We may not think about it often, but looking back on kitchen clean-ups, unfinished restaurant meals and full stacks of dining hall plates, food waste is a real problem that contributes to a harmful environmental impact.  According to the Upcycled Food Assocation, approximately 30 … Continue reading Cultivating a Better World: Chipotle Turns Avocado Waste Into Apparel

How to Get Through a 14 Day Q at School

Back-to-school during COVID-19 has brought forth many unknowns and changes to our lives as college students. Many college students across the country have had to enter both isolation and quarantine to mitigate the spread of the virus.  Two weeks ago when my asymptomatic housemate received a positive test result we had so many feelings– anxiety over whether we would become very sick, frustration that we … Continue reading How to Get Through a 14 Day Q at School

What I Learned After a Summer Working in Retail

This summer I worked as a brand associate at Athleta, a women’s workout, yoga and athleisure brand, owned by Gap Inc.  While I never imagined myself working as a sales associate, and although it wasn’t the glamourous New York City internship I had envisioned, I feel as though I walked away with an invaluable experience.  I truly believe at some point in life everyone should … Continue reading What I Learned After a Summer Working in Retail

“Vote Up” Movement Encourages Students to Prioritize Voting

Hey college students; let’s talk about voting.  Our age group is notoriously thought of as “apathetic, lazy and uninvolved” when it comes to politics. However, in our current political climate, with refocused attention on the Black Lives Matter movement and other racial injustices brought to light amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many college students are reevaluating their voting habits. Carolyn Shachtel, Vanderbilt Class of 2022, was … Continue reading “Vote Up” Movement Encourages Students to Prioritize Voting

2000’s Trends Making a Comeback in Summer 2020

You know how it goes… “what’s old is new again.”   If the best part of your childhood was helping your mom clean out her closet in the hopes of finding her old Levi’s or a distressed college hoodie- and wearing those items nonstop- that was your first glance into the art of bringing old styles back years later. We’ve seen this cycle countless times. Something … Continue reading 2000’s Trends Making a Comeback in Summer 2020

Why I Don’t Support the Chloe Ting Challenges

Chloe Ting, a YouTube fitness superstar, has become a designated personal trainer you can access from the comfort of your own bedroom.  While gyms have closed and free time has piled up during quarantine, everyone has had to get creative with their at-home workouts.  We recently wrote about the best online fitness classes to take advantage of during quarantine, and Chloe Ting was one of … Continue reading Why I Don’t Support the Chloe Ting Challenges

Q&A with Julia Haber, Founder of Home From College

As coronavirus struck, thousands of college students were displaced from their schools and sent back to their hometowns. Summer internships were canceled and students struggled to feel inspired by their online coursework. The question for college students across the country became: “what the F*&#$% do we do now?”  Entrepreneur Julia Haber understood the struggle that college students were going through, and got to work to … Continue reading Q&A with Julia Haber, Founder of Home From College