EDITORIAL

Why An Education Focused On Creativity Matters

Image Source: Library of Congress By Stephanie Finger | November 2018   Y ou probably know Ken Robinson as the guy with the most-watched TED Talk, but he’s also the author of five books, an international education advisor, and a thought leader whose work has changed...

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The Journey To Choosing Joy

Photography courtesy of Carly Clegg By Carly Clegg | October 2018   C hange is uncomfortable. It’s a type of growing pain that has an overwhelming sense of vulnerability. It’s a season when self doubt can creep in; when the fear of the unknown can nearly debilitate...

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Beyond The System: Thoughts On American Education

Image Source: The Met Museum By Lara Kilgore | October 2018   I t is no secret that the educational system in our country is the subject of constant controversy. While all children deserve the best chance possible at their brightest futures, that picture looks...

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Lessons From A Love Affair With Landscapes

Byron Bay, Australia | Photography by Margot Bruder By Margot Bruder | October 2018   I have felt a profound connection to the ocean for as long as I can recall smelling the water’s salt breath, hearing its hushed crashing, and feasting my eyes on its innumerable...

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A Meditative Mind In Morning: A Short Story In Prose

Image Source: The Met MuseumBy Heather Elizondo | October 2018   S he stood stoically, gentle waves lapping at her feet, the breeze playing through her hair, brushing her gown against her body. The gentle whooshing of the water rhythmically aligned with her breath....

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Style Icons Of Yesteryear: What Would They Wear Today?

Shop our high-low curated collages with assembled ensembles inspired by famed fashion pioneers Carmel Snow, Richard Avedon and Diana Vreeland By Natalie M. Steen | September 2018What would the fashion know-alls and be-alls of yesteryear wear if they were with us...

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