3 Things I’ve Learned Since Becoming the Editor-in-Chief of a Publication

I recently spearheaded the revival of a publication on my college’s campus and became its editor-in-chief, hoping to breathe new life and purpose into a wonderful concept. The digital publication, Black Praxis, strives to centralize the many discussions and perspectives that occur within Black communities on campus by providing an online platform to share them.

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Hello, March…

March Mood: Growth + Fruition “Spring is the time of plans and projects.” -Leo Tolstoy Doesn’t it feel good? March is here, and our first taste of spring is right around the corner. The sun is staying out longer and warming our skin, the grass is becoming lush and green again. This month, this season,

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Issa February Mood: Building Your Creative Confidence

Creativity is all about having the confidence and courage to show the world what you’re made of, the way you see things, and your grand ideas. Confidence is everything, and it’s what you should be focusing on building this month. If you want 2018 to be about taking your brand to the next level and

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Are You a Sell-Out If You’re a Creative Who Wants to Make Money?

We’re almost a month into 2018 and there has already been enough drama in the digital creative world to last a whole year. If I hear the word “algorithm” one more time, I’m going to scream. The latest hot topic is Youtube’s new regulations for monetization that essentially strip small youtubers of their ability to

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6 Tips to Be a Successful Creative in 2018

2018 is going to be the year of taking risks in creativity, chasing bigger dreams, and getting sh*t done. I just feel it. Already, I’ve taken the leap to completely rebrand my blog and start a Youtube channel (something I’ve been sitting on forever). I’m ready to take 2018 by storm. Who’s with me? //all people

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How I Designed My Own Internship (Making the Most of My Off-Term)

People (including me) always say that you need to create your own opportunities, but never explain what that actually looks like. I want to talk about my own experience with turning a “failure” into an opportunity for success. Storytime! Fall term of 2017 marked the beginning of my sophomore year, which also meant it was

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