As humans, we are in constant “go mode.” We are continuously transitioning from doing work, to going to class, to checking social media without taking a moment to take a
In the small town of La Guajira, Colombia, resides a tribe of the Wayúu people. A woman sits cross-legged with thick, colorful thread in one hand and a weaving needle
Sam Chazen was born to be inventive and energetic. When he was a child, he dreamed of jumping eight feet high in the air, as well as many other “outlandish
Social media, in principle, is a tool for connection. Regardless of their location, users can connect with anyone across the world and share photos, videos, and a plethora of other
In the rugged marshes and sultry heat of the Florida Everglades, a young boy named Max Freund takes pictures of everything he sees. In love with the rich beauty of
Aanya Singh ‘21 seeks representation and encourages women to create their own communities in the fashion industry
Many titles can be put in front of Aanya Singh’s name — editor-in-chief for Icing Collective, president at the Fashion and Design Society at Syracuse University and a creative leader.
For a lot of people, the pandemic was a time to completely unwind, grab a bag of popcorn and watch endless amounts of Netflix. Jules Moskowitz, a senior studying advertising
“When it comes to music it’s so easy to let your ego take the wheel and have it be my way or the highway,” says Jack Harrington, a junior studying
It isn’t easy being a freelance photographer, illustrator, youtuber and to be writing your first novel. Enter Sam Cote. Sam Cote is a sophomore international relations and anthropology major who
As the pandemic has been upon us for a little over a year, there has been one constant throughout the chaos, fear. It is no secret that the collective mental
“I had never been in that position you know, it’s not a choir. It’s loud, it’s sweaty, it’s hot. While it’s happening, you’re blacked out. Before, you think so much
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