This post was updated Aug. 8 at 6:52 p.m.
For Alondra Gomez, no hobby is off-limits.
The third-year Chicana and Chicano studies and labor studies student’s latest artistic endeavor is Alo’s Joyería – a small jewelry business featuring handmade pieces.
With bright colors and repurposed elements, Lauren Cramer is meshing materials to make Bead Salad.
Founded at the end of last year, Cramer’s small jewelry business Bead Salad operates through an Instagram shop as well as a self-designed website.
ScatterTones is focused on the light at the end of the tunnel with its rendition of the Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun.”
Working virtually over the past year, the a cappella group selected, arranged, filmed and mixed their cover of the Beatles track with a focus on community, according to second-year psychobiology student and first-year member of ScatterTones Marcos Ayon.
From stickers to woven tapestries to jewelry, Jana Sun has turned her crafting hobbies into a small business.
The fourth-year human biology and society student said she launched her small business, Jana Making Things, to share her artistic hobbies with her peers.
What began as a desire for more aesthetically pleasing photo books has evolved into Project Memory Co.
For alumnae Aneri Chouhan and Samantha Chandra, their business, Project Memory Co., has given them a chance to apply their classroom knowledge to the world of small businesses.
For pianist Gloria Cheng, modern beauty takes many forms, one of them being contemporary classical music.
“Modern Beauty,” a concert series presented virtually through Pittance Chamber Music premiered its first of three episodes Nov.
This post was updated Oct. 11 at 6:57 p.m.
For 22 Friday nights, professor Inna Faliks has set a commemorative roll of toilet paper on her piano for her “Corona Fridays” concert series.
No project is off-limits for student artist Purva Joshi – who is customizing everything from AirPods cases to denim jeans.
Joshi, a second-year molecular, cell, and developmental biology student, has raised more than $100 through commissioned pieces to support both the Black Lives Matter movement and the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
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