Hosted by the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at this university’s business school, Terp Marketplace highlights student small business ventures.
The collaborative was formed by three professors from different departments to best engage in interdisciplinary work.
Three student-run second-hand apparel groups talk about the accessibility, sustainability and popularity of on-campus thrifting.
The shopping center will be turned into an apartment complex with retail space, according to an LV Collective spokesperson.
By founding her own company — Fancy & Spicy — Brin Xu is able to provide interactive cooking classes and connect home chefs from around the world to anyone who wants to learn.
The power banks are from JUUCE, a company founded by alums David Greenfield and Pouya Susanabadi.
Schwartz makes handmade, custom 'Dungeons & Dragons' dice sets for her business, AsseT Dungeoneering.
The store will be in the Hollywood Shopping Center, the same plaza that houses MOM’s Organic Market and Proteus Bicycles.
Anna Boyd's business sells crochet clothing and accessories through her Instagram page.
Chery Cosmetics launched in September 2020, and now some customers say the quality — and Aiyana Chery's dedication — make the company stand out.