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By Emily Merrell & Elizabeth Roberts For the month of December, we’re taking a moment to give the blog over to our members. Some are newbies, some are seasoned: all have a unique story about their time with SDS and the connections they’ve made along the way. We’re so impressed by how they’ve attended events […]

By Emily Merrell & Elizabeth Roberts For the month of December, we’re taking a moment to give the blog over to our members. Some are newbies, some are seasoned: all have a unique story about their time with SDS and the connections they’ve made along the way. We’re so impressed by how they’ve attended events […]

By Jillian Richardson I’m typically a positive person, but I’m going to be honest with you: Americans are lonely as hell. The average person in the U.S. has only one close friend. One in four people have no confidantes at all. Zero. To make things worse, 75% of people say that they’re unsatisfied with the […]

Soho is known as a mecca for artists, but there wasn’t a central place where creatives could come together. They needed a multi-purpose location to shoot their subjects, as well as sit down and work. Enter VillageOne. This SoHo coworking space caters to artists, providing them resources and a community. Founder Vivienne Yang wants VillageOne […]

By Pinsi Lei I’ve always loved music, dance and Broadway. So much so, that when I went to college in northwest Massachusetts I would take a 6-hour bus ride to New York City, book a hostel for the night and watch a Broadway show by myself. The adrenaline rush of being in front of a […]

By Elizabeth Roberts In college, IKEA furniture more than cut it on a student budget. But now that you’re an adult, maybe you’ve advanced to wanting your place to feel a bit more permanent. Whether roommates want to help spruce the place up, you’re finding a compromise on decorating with a partner or living that […]