Student-run apparel company goes beyond t-shirts

By Kanyinsola Ajayi Nate Robert-Eze always considered himself to be an entrepreneur. At 14, he repaired his old shoes and sold them to classmates. By 16, he was cutting people’s hair. “I’ve always been the type to get money somehow. It sounds weird, but there is always something that people need,” he said. It shouldn’t be a surprise that the sophomore urban planning major is running his own business at 19. It certainly isn’t to his family. “My parents always said they knew something like this was bound to open,“ he said. Read the full article here:

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