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Draped in a fur coat and donning a pair of sunglasses, Malcolm Jones (CLAS ’08) is as creative and animated as his fashion sense would suggest.
The Charlottesville Startup Trip continued the following Saturday at the HackCville clubhouse where the students got a chance to exchange ideas and share their own experiences with their school organizations.
On Friday, September 26, passionate students from 5 Virginia universities visited WillowTree Apps, Borrowed & Blue, Apex Clean Energy, Vibethink, and Mudhouse Coffee to explore the Charlottesville startup scene and expand their entrepreneurial reach.
HackCville Media sits down with the creators of the Corner Indie Fest, Joanna Spotswood and Olivia Bona.
On September 26th and 27th, students from five top universities will descend on Charlottesville to explore its thriving startup scene as part of the first ever Charlottesville Startup Trip.
For the first installment in our Charlottesville Street Performers series, we interview Zuzu’s Hot 5, a band that plays rags, Dixieland, blues and pop from 1910 to the early 1930s.
Incredible things can happen when the University supports and amplifies student-run initiatives.
We fail students when we don’t start with passion and pragmatism. Student entrepreneurship is not about starting up businesses. It is about starting up people.
Here are 3 entrepreneurship events this week you don’t want to miss.