The founder of Sustaintable Health Enterprises spoke about her effort to bring menstrual pads to women in Rwanda.
The event highlighted the importance of play in the development of children.
Co-Ed is a show about a male college student and his two female roomates.
Business leaders from U.S. and Chinese firms spoke at the event over the weekend.
Sophomore Josh Barach recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to turn what started as an Instagram joke into a full-fledged business. With a mission to “[change] the world before he changes his clothes,” Barach takes on the persona of “Mr. Bathrobe Crusader” to spread his love of luxury bathrobes. It all started when Barach and his […]
Sophomore Kyle Pham made his idea of a subscription-based service that allows people to enjoy 3D printing through a monthly delivery a reality. The only catch — the contents of the shipments are a mystery. On Sept. 15th, Pham officially launched a Kickstarter campaign for his start-up, CubeForme. Each month, subscribers of CubeForme receive a […]
Colossi, a company founded by two former students, hopes to add interactive mobile entertainment to large events.
Two Marshall School of Business graduates are working to make decision-making easier and more efficient through their app Swayy. Andrew Abramson and Andrew Costa met in their first year in the Marshall’s MBA program in 2013. In the fall of 2014, they began creating their app which helps users make difficult choices through instant feedback […]
Arkaive aims to prevent teachers from wasting time taking attendance in class.
Marshall School of Business senior Josh Gorokhovsky and his cousin Jeffrey Morgenstein launched their app Oust in the Apple App store this summer, creating a real-time market platform of activities to do and places to go for Angelenos. The process to create Oust has been in the works since 2013. Morgenstein, a UCLA alumnus, taught […]