On Thursday, December 1, Shop Swapp hosted their first pop-up thrift store at the BUild Lab for students to buy pre-loved clothing. They worked hard to get the word out and were rewarded with a crowd of more than 100 students buying up about a third of their entire inventory! “We were thrilled to see […]
Category: Student Stories
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For Oliver Pour, a packed extracurricular schedule is all about connecting different communities across the University while building his own leadership skills.
In eighth grade, Eric asked a teacher if he could create a video instead of a PowerPoint. From there, everything changed.
In the fall semester, they received funding from the Innovation Pathway to help launch Kahila.
Be authentic. Be friendly. And a little rebellious: Austin Negron’s Experience at the 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit
Negron shares his tips from the 30 Under 30 Summit.
From mental health hotlines to a campus food pantry, student teams will pitch ideas that they developed in classes.
Rebecca Ayer’s (CAS’20) is the first student to complete the Innovation & Entrepreneurship minor.
From clothing swaps to green theatre productions, these fifteen student teams are launching innovative sustainability projects with the help of small seed grants.
Questrom grad student Kruti Kanojia launches start-up aimed at helping gamers and their parents find a healthy balance.