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Scott Sarles

Scott Sarles

Printer Friendly Sarles’s early desire to express a unique and individual style has grown and evolved over the years, leading him to pursue a professional path that would allow him to put his innate creativity to work. “When I graduated

Lauren Mulholland

Lauren Mulholland

Printer Friendly As IU senior Lauren Mulholland, a fashion merchandising major with minors in business and graphic design, explains it, “My dad always told me that if I did my homework and gave my all, then the rest is up

Nicholas Litrenta

Nicholas Litrenta

Printer Friendly His clothing line, Define You Apparel, was launched last year and plays off of the music management arm of the business. It features T-shirts, hoodies and other items emblazoned with the word “Resilient,” a concept designed in collaboration

Chris Raudabaugh

Chris Raudabaugh

Printer Friendly Chris Raudabaugh ’14 watched the desert landscape whizzing by as he and his unit drove to a military base in the West African nation of Mauritania. He had traveled abroad before, but never to a place that was

Daniel Klodarska

Printer Friendly As a youngster, Daniel Klodarska ’13 knew lacrosse was the sport for him because, as he explained it, “Baseball was too stagnant. I like lacrosse because I’m always in motion.” Klodarska may have been referring to the game,

Brandi Santaniello

Brandi Santaniello

Printer Friendly When Brandi Santaniello was 13, her mom, a family practice doctor, asked her to help out with the business side of the office while the secretary was on vacation. Her mom noticed that the office ran more smoothly

Rocco Piliero

Rocco Piliero

Printer Friendly Rocco Piliero ’14, business major and lacrosse player, has become an expert at time management. He juggles three part-time jobs, maintains a 3.5 GPA, is on the dean’s list and, outside of business courses, his favorite subjects are

Taylor Benigni

Taylor Benigni

Printer Friendly When Taylor Benigni ’15 was in high school, she loved her fashion courses so much she took one as a senior that wouldn’t count toward the credits she needed to graduate, but she just couldn’t pass up the