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Art, Culture, Interviews

Interview with Jettison Magazine

We were lucky to sit down with the folks at Jettison Magazine and talk with them a little bit about their publication. Jettison Magazine is self described as a “an art-focused, collaborative, political rag” that uses online media and zines to reach their audience. Jettison is ran by students at The Ohio University (our co-founders’ alma mater) and is based out of Athens, Ohio.

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Culture, Interviews, Video

Q & A with Director Carley Solether

The feeling of being stuck, stagnant, and uninspired is a theme many millennials know too well. Finding the balance between creative endeavors and the need to pay exorbitant loans, rent, and maintain a semblance of sanity is something we all have experienced. Carley Solether, 25, harnessed her creative energy and took a risk leaving the mundane for a more exciting reality.

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Art, Culture, Interviews

An Interview with “Dumb Millennials” Founder, Ella C. L. Bartlett

In the age where “millennials” are ubiquitously known for a lack of communication skills, one series, aptly-titled Dumb Millennials highlights the disconnects young people feel while tackling dating, friendships, and the professional world. Frustrated by a few dating mishaps herself, NYC-based stylist Ella C. L. Bartlett took to her sketch pad as a method of personal therapy and expression.

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