It’s funny how much we take out of ourselves to make the best of a situation, the best of a project, or even a person. We all try to stretch ourselves to new lengths in order to become better people. In this case, NuView is no different. This name, which started as a newsletter in order to bring news on the events of Merchandising inc, became a e-zine, a blog, and now an online magazine, which acts as a fashion website. A new view every so often, a change motivates people to keep moving and not get comfortable in one spot. Never quite having found a set home, the NuView name in itself symbolizes its ever-changing role. I think that’s why Subrina Hossain, the original creator of NuView (stay tuned for Ask the Alum on Oct. 24th) named what was then a newsletter— the name in itself allows for development and adjustment.
The team at NuView magazine has an undeniable energy to create something great, but most importantly something fresh. It shocked me how motivated the team was when we had our very first meeting. The content that will be unveiled week after week is meant to give you a positive push to try and become a better version of yourself through the inspiring interviews and thought-provoking stories. Our goal for this magazine is to encourage our readers to grow by observing new perspectives on fashion, career, art, music and more.
Each month we will start again to create an incredible round of questions for students here at UNT who are defying the “status quo” and doing their own thing, whether it be studying abroad at an unforgettable place, working at a strong company while still in school, designing a line of clothes and making a profit, or even just styling their home in an unexpected way. To offset these perspectives, there will be conversations with our industry professionals, people who have “made it,” so to speak, but are still looking to keep improving in their craft. Thirdly, in our features section, our writers will cover the scene on uprising music and uncover covert events within the DFW area, so readers can stay in-the-know when happenings emerge. And lastly, a few of our team members have special columns including Taylar Gomez and Carolina Gonzalez, who will be sharing lookbooks, videos, and travel diaries, and Michaela Bull, who will showcase her photography through photojournalism pieces.
From the people who contribute their talents, knowledge, and viewpoints to the final product of articles that reach the site, NuView is a magazine for people who want to be stretched. Because without a little push, a little change in our ways, there is no room for a NuView.