It’s Complicated: My Relationship with the “Boyfriend” Look
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Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Wang I live in my “boyfriend” jeans. They sag on my hips. They don’t accentuate any curves I might have hiding away somewhere. They aren’t traditionally flattering, yet they remain one of my most worn articles … Read More

Young & Innovating: Melisa Seah
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  Recently, I caught up with an old friend, Melisa Seah. Back in high school, she started a club called Run Without Boundaries that raised thousands of dollars a year to support local Shanghai charities. Now, attending USC Marshall School of Business … Read More

NY / LA
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There seems to be an ongoing battle between the major cities of the American coasts: New York City and Los Angeles. Some people claim that a person naturally affiliates with one or the other, but is the choice really that … Read More

Five Podcasts to Start Your Morning
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Podcasts have a fraught reputation: some of us depend on them for our daily commute, while others find them hard to follow. Just as any given person’s tastes and interests cannot be put in a box, neither can podcasts as … Read More

1960s to 2016: Fashion and Political Culture
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In the wake of this election, I feel a profound, but terrifying truth. How can I come to terms with an administration that has made it clear that hatred and ignorance win? In searching for guidance, I turn, surprisingly, to … Read More

Finding Happiness: A Photo Journey
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Leh rests in the unforgiving, orange-tinted landscape of the Himilaya mountains. Leh is a city in Ladakh, in the northern corner of the Jammu and Kashmir province, India. From the second the plane touched down in Leh, the same mandate … Read More

Exploring Morocco
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Over Winter Break, I had the unreal opportunity to travel through Morocco. I started in a Moroccan city named Fez, drove down through the Atlas Mountains and Sahara desert and then finally to a city called Marrakesh. The people were … Read More

City/Body
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  The City is Alive In this photo essay I wanted to explore the way in which the city and body relate and interact. Although made of steel and concrete, the city seems to pulse with energy, emotion, beauty, and … Read More

Armour Abroad: A Study of Croatia’s Tourism
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    Nestled in the hills of the Adriatic Peninsula lies a vacations spot that should be on the top of any traveler’s list. Croatia is a country of pure and natural beauty, which can be felt in every bite … Read More

Political Apparel
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  I created these shirts because I find it important to talk about politics, even if politics don’t seem like the happiest of conversation topics. “Political Apparel” was made to start a conversation amongst friends, family, and strangers. The process started out as … Read More

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