Natalie Lui is a junior at Syracuse University majoring in Fashion Design and minoring in History. Lui became involved with the LaunchPad after venturing outside the fashion industry, creating a dating app that is accessible to people with visible, invisible and neurodiverse disabilities. She continues to proactively work with people with disabilities.
To be a freshman at a university is intimidating – especially on a big campus like Syracuse University. Whether you’re a freshman or a senior, all of us can recall
Wigs have become extremely popular for the fun, fashion, and versatility. You can go from having blue hair to blonde, from blonde to red, from red to whatever color, length,
Many Asian students on campus, both international students and Asian Americans, have a special place in their hearts for the Asian snacks they grew up with. Oreos and Capri Suns
When someone says “wellness app” what comes up to mind? Yoga? Guided meditation? Tracking your calories? Counting your steps? Patrick Prioletti G’21 is creating two wellness apps, but they are
Being stunned by the Great Pyramids of Giza, getting the best sushi in Japan and tanning on the beaches of Pattaya are on a lot of people’s bucket lists. In
For many, one of their favorite personal experiences is having a great conversation with their hair stylist. This experience is not new to Eunice Boateng’s clients at The Hair Thairapist.
Rich Jiang G’21 has come up with quite a few business ideas throughout his time in Syracuse as a Computer Science student (both undergraduate and graduate) at the College of
Nashon Ash ’23 is an extremely busy student. He is a junior, majoring in Social Work at the Falk School of Social Work who spends his time working on school,
Inspiration can come from very unexpected sources. For Megan Perlman ’23, her inspiration, for the invention that could potentially provide an outlet to help soothe the wearer, came from snakes.