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Sacrifices for love of fashion

Marissa Kindelspire

September 14, 2010

Ali Baker isn’t like the other girls in class. She remembers this every time she catches a glance of her feet. Baker, 24, broke both for the sake of her craft, fashion. She didn’t do this by walking the runway in stilettos, but by working behind the scenes of a wholesale show for nine straight hou...

Securing the future

Anna Osipova

April 20, 2010

At 6 feet and 5 inches, Jeffrey Zisner doesn't exactly blend in. In fact, he's ridiculously easy to spot in a room. And yet, Zisner often finds himself blending (or at the very least, trying to blend) into the background. Zisner, 23, is the owner of Aegis Consultants, a company he started in early...

One in 33,000: Graduating to a new career path

Alexandra Brell

January 24, 2010

Upon first meeting Elizabeth Jurgensen, a first-year grad student, most noticeable is the way she speaks with purpose and determination.  It is these specific characteristics that keep her on the path to a graduate degree and a new chapter of her life. Jurgensen was putting her business and fina...

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