Volume 7, Issue 2
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Category Archives: Entrepreneurship
By Grace Mize – There have been several exciting developments taking place in the William Jewell Community that are connected to the IDEA X-Change. There are students, staff, and alumni who have worked on successful creative projects and are being … Continue reading
By Lauren Huddleston – Jewell seniors Aaron Lawrence and Brett Jackson have started a new company called “Intrepid Creative”. This name reflects the ideology behind their company as it applies to every entrepreneur who has started a new venture. Intrepid … Continue reading
By AJ Naanep – Among the many presenters meeting with students during Jewell’s Monday BizTime coffees, financial planners Mike Keeton and Joe Kramer from Community America Credit Union provided an important lesson about the importance of investing early. During their … Continue reading
By Emily Monroe – Have you ever gone through an amazing experience in life or gone to an amazing place and wished you had a memento to take back home with you when you leave? Zane Clark ‘16 is making … Continue reading
By AJ Naanep – Multiple William Jewell students who are interested in economics and stock market trading gathered earlier in February to discuss trading with “CopyProfitShare” or CPS. Jewell students Tom Wang and Pedro Uno presented the seminar, explaining how … Continue reading
By Lauren Huddlestun – Easton Koch, a junior at William Jewell College, is an aspiring fashion designer who has laid a lot of groundwork over the past two years. In addition to the responsibilities of college and intercollegiate basketball, Koch … Continue reading
By Gretchen Mayes – William Jewell College student, Macy Tush, presented a discussion about the value of community and helping each other become better. University Innovation Fellow (UIF) and physics student Macy Tush had the opportunity to help facilitate a breakout … Continue reading