From Collages to Career: How Corey Paige Turned Her Designs into a Business

It’s safe to say that we have all doodled in our notebooks before, whether it was during a particularly boring class or just filling time at home. By now, a lot of us have mastered drawing our name in bubble letters and perfecting a smiley face, but have you ever seen your doodles come to life?  Corey Paige has.  It all started with some poster … Continue reading From Collages to Career: How Corey Paige Turned Her Designs into a Business

“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