Web Magazine Editors' Note

With the rapid advancements our generation has witnessed, we’ve become adaptable to the various changes that come our way. These advancements and changes have had an effect on the industries we’re coming into. With these changes, this generation is becoming creative, designing jobs that previously did not exist, and with the strides made by technology, being able to work from anywhere at any time. All these smaller changes will eventually lead to something big, thus leading us to the tipping point.

The theme of this year’s issue of Emerge is The Tipping Point. This idea refers to the occurrence of several small changes over a period of time, which will eventually result in a massive shift. By looking at the changes that are currently taking place, we are able to start the discussions of what we should expect within the near future. Thus, we will be able to curve the sense of uncertainty to some degree.

We’ve seen traditional activities enter the online space, in order to reach larger demographics and create larger conversations. We are constantly finding new ways to utilize the media to adapt to these changes as individuals and keep up with the industries around us. Although we can’t be sure of what the future may hold on the other side of the tipping point, we can only be ready to welcome change and adapt to what’s yet to come.

Web Magazine Editors' Note

With the rapid advancements our generation has witnessed, we’ve become adaptable to the various changes that come our way. These advancements and changes have had an effect on the industries we’re coming into. With these changes, this generation is becoming creative, designing jobs that previously did not exist, and with the strides made by technology, being able to work from anywhere at any time. All these smaller changes will eventually lead to something big, thus leading us to the tipping point.

The theme of this year’s issue of Emerge is The Tipping Point. This idea refers to the occurrence of several small changes over a period of time, which will eventually result in a massive shift. By looking at the changes that are currently taking place, we are able to start the discussions of what we should expect within the near future. Thus, we will be able to curve the sense of uncertainty to some degree.

We’ve seen traditional activities enter the online space, in order to reach larger demographics and create larger conversations. We are constantly finding new ways to utilize the media to adapt to these changes as individuals and keep up with the industries around us. Although we can’t be sure of what the future may hold on the other side of the tipping point, we can only be ready to welcome change and adapt to what’s yet to come.

Web Magazine Editors' Note

With the rapid advancements our generation has witnessed, we’ve become adaptable to the various changes that come our way. These advancements and changes have had an effect on the industries we’re coming into. With these changes, this generation is becoming creative, designing jobs that previously did not exist, and with the strides made by technology, being able to work from anywhere at any time. All these smaller changes will eventually lead to something big, thus leading us to the tipping point.

The theme of this year’s issue of Emerge is The Tipping Point. This idea refers to the occurrence of several small changes over a period of time, which will eventually result in a massive shift. By looking at the changes that are currently taking place, we are able to start the discussions of what we should expect within the near future. Thus, we will be able to curve the sense of uncertainty to some degree.

We’ve seen traditional activities enter the online space, in order to reach larger demographics and create larger conversations. We are constantly finding new ways to utilize the media to adapt to these changes as individuals and keep up with the industries around us. Although we can’t be sure of what the future may hold on the other side of the tipping point, we can only be ready to welcome change and adapt to what’s yet to come.

Emerge Entertainment Television Editors' Note

Emerge Entertainment Television (EETV) has a mission: provide entertaining content that engages and educates university students. The overall EMERGE 2020 theme of The Tipping Point is fitting because EETV producers want to prepare you, our viewers, for the future by showcasing the changes happening in the world while also sharing ways in which you can help shift its direction.

Created by Gary Levy, executive producer, and producer Ben Formosa, each episode of EETV, “Technology Today & Tomorrow “and “The Grind after Graduation” will do a deep dive into new, interesting and inspiring concepts that you need to know. EETV will explore the worlds of hacking and cyber-security and present tips for would-be freelance writers, showing viewers how you can succeed in the literary world right now—by sharing your own unique story with the universe. Most of us don't realize that everything we search or post on the internet leaves a digital footprint. We want you to be aware of your relationship with technology and prepared going into an increasingly digital future. EETV hopes to inspire you to take advantage of all the tools at your fingertips with everything you need to know.

Emerge Entertainment Television Editors' Note

Emerge Entertainment Television (EETV) has a mission: provide entertaining content that engages and educates university students. The overall EMERGE 2020 theme of The Tipping Point is fitting because EETV producers want to prepare you, our viewers, for the future by showcasing the changes happening in the world while also sharing ways in which you can help shift its direction.

Created by Gary Levy, executive producer, and producer Ben Formosa, each episode of EETV, “Technology Today & Tomorrow “and “The Grind after Graduation” will do a deep dive into new, interesting and inspiring concepts that you need to know. EETV will explore the worlds of hacking and cyber-security and present tips for would-be freelance writers, showing viewers how you can succeed in the literary world right now—by sharing your own unique story with the universe. Most of us don't realize that everything we search or post on the internet leaves a digital footprint. We want you to be aware of your relationship with technology and prepared going into an increasingly digital future. EETV hopes to inspire you to take advantage of all the tools at your fingertips with everything you need to know.

Emerge Entertainment Television Editors' Note

Emerge Entertainment Television (EETV) has a mission: provide entertaining content that engages and educates university students. The overall EMERGE 2020 theme of The Tipping Point is fitting because EETV producers want to prepare you, our viewers, for the future by showcasing the changes happening in the world while also sharing ways in which you can help shift its direction.

Created by Gary Levy, executive producer, and producer Ben Formosa, each episode of EETV, “Technology Today & Tomorrow “and “The World of Self-Publishing” will do a deep dive into new, interesting and inspiring concepts that you need to know. EETV will explore the worlds of hacking and cyber-security and present tips for would-be freelance writers, showing viewers how you can succeed in the literary world right now—by sharing your own unique story with the universe. Most of us don't realize that everything we search or post on the internet leaves a digital footprint. We want you to be aware of your relationship with technology and prepared going into an increasingly digital future. EETV hopes to inspire you to take advantage of all the tools at your fingertips with everything you need to know.

On the Edge Creators' Note

On the Edge is a technology-driven podcast mixing casual discussion and expert interviews brought to you by Emerge Talk. Hosted by Stephen Viti, the podcast will explore a new and emerging technology on each of its three episodes.

Self-driving cars, smart homes and deep fakes are the topics we aim to explore with On the Edge. These technologies are proving to be more and more relevant in our society today. Becoming more and more advanced as research continues. We look at why this is exciting and why this is scary. How the future projects endless possibilities and whether our anxieties are warranted.

The podcasts concept is inspired by this years Emerge theme “the tipping point”. Many aspects of our society are advancing drastically, but nothing more obviously than technology. Our theme looks at the new decade and the drastic change in society that represents. 2020, like every decade before will be defined by the things that changed, not the things that didn’t. Technology is in an exciting state, truly on the cusp of making those defining advancements that could change the way our society operates forever. Tune in for what will be engaging, relatable discussion about some of the most prominent technological advancements today.

On the Edge Creators' Note

On the Edge is a technology-driven podcast mixing casual discussion and expert interviews brought to you by Emerge Talk. Hosted by Stephen Viti, the podcast will explore a new and emerging technology on each of its three episodes.

Self-driving cars, smart homes and deep fakes are the topics we aim to explore with On the Edge. These technologies are proving to be more and more relevant in our society today. Becoming more and more advanced as research continues. We look at why this is exciting and why this is scary. How the future projects endless possibilities and whether our anxieties are warranted.

The podcasts concept is inspired by this years Emerge theme “the tipping point”. Many aspects of our society are advancing drastically, but nothing more obviously than technology. Our theme looks at the new decade and the drastic change in society that represents. 2020, like every decade before will be defined by the things that changed, not the things that didn’t. Technology is in an exciting state, truly on the cusp of making those defining advancements that could change the way our society operates forever. Tune in for what will be engaging, relatable discussion about some of the most prominent technological advancements today.

On the Edge Creators' Note

On the Edge is a technology-driven podcast mixing casual discussion and expert interviews brought to you by Emerge Talk. Hosted by Stephen Viti, the podcast will explore a new and emerging technology on each of its three episodes.

Self-driving cars, smart homes and deep fakes are the topics we aim to explore with On the Edge. These technologies are proving to be more and more relevant in our society today. Becoming more and more advanced as research continues. We look at why this is exciting and why this is scary. How the future projects endless possibilities and whether our anxieties are warranted.

The podcasts concept is inspired by this years Emerge theme “the tipping point”. Many aspects of our society are advancing drastically, but nothing more obviously than technology. Our theme looks at the new decade and the drastic change in society that represents. 2020, like every decade before will be defined by the things that changed, not the things that didn’t. Technology is in an exciting state, truly on the cusp of making those defining advancements that could change the way our society operates forever. Tune in for what will be engaging, relatable discussion about some of the most prominent technological advancements today.

Hustle & Flows Creators' Note

The Tipping Point, a theme embodying an advanced societal shift in change, is the puzzle that Hustle & Flows effortlessly fits into. For countless past years, humanity has harvested a comfort in normal routine jobs. Many workers have grown accustom to a traditional 9-5 schedule and have accepted general work culture for what it is – which in many cases, is quite tedious and unfulfilling. Whether it be because of the benefits, a lack of motivation to do better or simply because the bills aren’t going to pay themselves, many workers settle for what they have and not necessarily what they want.

Today, with the emergence of social networking services, the uprising Generation Z has no problem going against all norms, diving head-first into what we refer to as unconventional careers. In Hustle & Flows, hosts Janiece Campbell and Kristopher Phillips showcase young adults willing to take huge risks and become successful by their own means. All guests are young entrepreneurs under the age of 25 that have not only garnered a decent following on social media but are also taking advantage of online platforms to perpetuate their talents.

This show illustrates both the hardships and the benefits of having ambitions that many would regard as impractical but taking a chance to pursue it anyway. Now, what’s stopping you from taking that leap of faith again?

Hustle & Flows Creators' Note

The Tipping Point, a theme embodying an advanced societal shift in change, is the puzzle that Hustle & Flows effortlessly fits into. For countless past years, humanity has harvested a comfort in normal routine jobs. Many workers have grown accustom to a traditional 9-5 schedule and have accepted general work culture for what it is – which in many cases, is quite tedious and unfulfilling. Whether it be because of the benefits, a lack of motivation to do better or simply because the bills aren’t going to pay themselves, many workers settle for what they have and not necessarily what they want.

Today, with the emergence of social networking services, the uprising Generation Z has no problem going against all norms, diving head-first into what we refer to as unconventional careers. In Hustle & Flows, hosts Janiece Campbell and Kristopher Phillips showcase young adults willing to take huge risks and become successful by their own means. All guests are young entrepreneurs under the age of 25 that have not only garnered a decent following on social media but are also taking advantage of online platforms to perpetuate their talents.

This show illustrates both the hardships and the benefits of having ambitions that many would regard as impractical but taking a chance to pursue it anyway. Now, what’s stopping you from taking that leap of faith again?

Hustle & Flows Creators' Note

The Tipping Point, a theme embodying an advanced societal shift in change, is the puzzle that Hustle & Flows effortlessly fits into. For countless past years, humanity has harvested a comfort in normal routine jobs. Many workers have grown accustom to a traditional 9-5 schedule and have accepted general work culture for what it is – which in many cases, is quite tedious and unfulfilling. Whether it be because of the benefits, a lack of motivation to do better or simply because the bills aren’t going to pay themselves, many workers settle for what they have and not necessarily what they want.

Today, with the emergence of social networking services, the uprising Generation Z has no problem going against all norms, diving head-first into what we refer to as unconventional careers. In Hustle & Flows, hosts Janiece Campbell and Kristopher Phillips showcase young adults willing to take huge risks and become successful by their own means. All guests are young entrepreneurs under the age of 25 that have not only garnered a decent following on social media but are also taking advantage of online platforms to perpetuate their talents.

This show illustrates both the hardships and the benefits of having ambitions that many would regard as impractical but taking a chance to pursue it anyway. Now, what’s stopping you from taking that leap of faith again?

Web Magazine Journalists

Web Magazine Journalists

Web Magazine Journalists

Editor-In-Chief:
Alyssa Alibaksh
Managing Editor:
Melissa Lopez-Martinez
Writers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young
Brooke Harder
Dominic Balasta
David Logel

Editor-In-Chief:
Alyssa Alibaksh
Managing Editor:
Melissa Lopez-Martinez
Writers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young
Brooke Harder
Dominic Balasta
David Logel

Editor-In-Chief:
Alyssa Alibaksh
Managing Editor:
Melissa Lopez-Martinez
Writers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young
Brooke Harder
Dominic Balasta
David Logel

Writers:
Addison Cheverie
Amanda Narccarato
Kaela Johnson
Kristen Surujbhan
Keerthiga Vijayaplan
Photo Essay
Nora Golubevaite
Tyler Young

Writers:
Addison Cheverie
Amanda Narccarato
Kaela Johnson
Kristen Surujbhan
Keerthiga Vijayaplan
Photo Essay
Nora Golubevaite
Tyler Young

Writers:
Addison Cheverie
Amanda Narccarato
Kaela Johnson
Kristen Surujbhan
Keerthiga Vijayaplan
Danya Elsayed
Photo Essay
Nora Golubevaite
Tyler Young

Emerge Entertainment TV Show Production

Emerge Entertainment TV Show Production

Emerge Entertainment TV Show Production

Executive Producer & Host:
Gary Levy
Producer & Host:
Ben Formosa
Production Team:
Mitchell Kennedy
Matthew Zen

Executive Producer & Host:
Gary Levy
Producer & Host:
Ben Formosa
Production Team:
Mitchell Kennedy
Matthew Zen

Executive Producer & Host:
Gary Levy
Producer & Host:
Ben Formosa
Production Team:
Mitchell Kennedy
Matthew Zen

Sydney Facey
Ben Formosa
Leonardo Yokhana
Julia Grodzinski
Nicholas Buck
Elias Iaizzo

Sydney Facey
Ben Formosa
Leonardo Yokhana
Julia Grodzinski
Nicholas Buck
Elias Iaizzo

Sydney Facey
Ben Formosa
Leonardo Yokhana
Julia Grodzinski
Nicholas Buck
Elias Iaizzo

Podcast Production Members

Podcast Production Members

Podcast Production Members

Hustle & Flows Producers:
Janiece Campbell
Kristopher Phillips

Hustle & Flows Producers:
Janiece Campbell
Kristopher Phillips

Hustle & Flows Producers:
Janiece Campbell
Kristopher Phillips

On the Edge Producers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young

On the Edge Producers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young

On the Edge Producers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young

“What is Emerge” YouTube Series

“What is Emerge” YouTube Series

“What is Emerge” YouTube Series

Producer:

Calista Iannotta

Production Team:

Riley Barnes

Gloria Do

Producer:

Calista Iannotta

Production Team:

Riley Barnes

Gloria Do

Producer:

Calista Iannotta

Production Team:

Riley Barnes

Gloria Do

Delainey Hewitt

Quinton Hudgins

Nicole Oziel

Kristopher Phillips

Rhemie Aquino

Delainey Hewitt

Quinton Hudgins

Nicole Oziel

Kristopher Phillips

Rhemie Aquino

Delainey Hewitt

Quinton Hudgins

Nicole Oziel

Kristopher Phillips

Rhemie Aquino

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Web Magazine Editors' Note

With the rapid advancements our generation has witnessed, we’ve become adaptable to the various changes that come our way. These advancements and changes have had an effect on the industries we’re coming into. With these changes, this generation is becoming creative, designing jobs that previously did not exist, and with the strides made by technology, being able to work from anywhere at any time. All these smaller changes will eventually lead to something big, thus leading us to the tipping point.

The theme of this year’s issue of Emerge is The Tipping Point. This idea refers to the occurrence of several small changes over a period of time, which will eventually result in a massive shift. By looking at the changes that are currently taking place, we are able to start the discussions of what we should expect within the near future. Thus, we will be able to curve the sense of uncertainty to some degree.

We’ve seen traditional activities enter the online space, in order to reach larger demographics and create larger conversations. We are constantly finding new ways to utilize the media to adapt to these changes as individuals and keep up with the industries around us. Although we can’t be sure of what the future may hold on the other side of the tipping point, we can only be ready to welcome change and adapt to what’s yet to come.

Web Magazine Editors' Note

With the rapid advancements our generation has witnessed, we’ve become adaptable to the various changes that come our way. These advancements and changes have had an effect on the industries we’re coming into. With these changes, this generation is becoming creative, designing jobs that previously did not exist, and with the strides made by technology, being able to work from anywhere at any time. All these smaller changes will eventually lead to something big, thus leading us to the tipping point.

The theme of this year’s issue of Emerge is The Tipping Point. This idea refers to the occurrence of several small changes over a period of time, which will eventually result in a massive shift. By looking at the changes that are currently taking place, we are able to start the discussions of what we should expect within the near future. Thus, we will be able to curve the sense of uncertainty to some degree.

We’ve seen traditional activities enter the online space, in order to reach larger demographics and create larger conversations. We are constantly finding new ways to utilize the media to adapt to these changes as individuals and keep up with the industries around us. Although we can’t be sure of what the future may hold on the other side of the tipping point, we can only be ready to welcome change and adapt to what’s yet to come.

Web Magazine Editors' Note

With the rapid advancements our generation has witnessed, we’ve become adaptable to the various changes that come our way. These advancements and changes have had an effect on the industries we’re coming into. With these changes, this generation is becoming creative, designing jobs that previously did not exist, and with the strides made by technology, being able to work from anywhere at any time. All these smaller changes will eventually lead to something big, thus leading us to the tipping point.

The theme of this year’s issue of Emerge is The Tipping Point. This idea refers to the occurrence of several small changes over a period of time, which will eventually result in a massive shift. By looking at the changes that are currently taking place, we are able to start the discussions of what we should expect within the near future. Thus, we will be able to curve the sense of uncertainty to some degree.

We’ve seen traditional activities enter the online space, in order to reach larger demographics and create larger conversations. We are constantly finding new ways to utilize the media to adapt to these changes as individuals and keep up with the industries around us. Although we can’t be sure of what the future may hold on the other side of the tipping point, we can only be ready to welcome change and adapt to what’s yet to come.

Emerge Entertainment Television Editors' Note

Emerge Entertainment Television (EETV) has a mission: provide entertaining content that engages and educates university students. The overall EMERGE 2020 theme of The Tipping Point is fitting because EETV producers want to prepare you, our viewers, for the future by showcasing the changes happening in the world while also sharing ways in which you can help shift its direction.

Created by Gary Levy, executive producer, and producer Ben Formosa, each episode of EETV, “Technology Today & Tomorrow “and “The World of Self-Publishing” will do a deep dive into new, interesting and inspiring concepts that you need to know. EETV will explore the worlds of hacking and cyber-security and present tips for would-be freelance writers, showing viewers how you can succeed in the literary world right now—by sharing your own unique story with the universe. Most of us don't realize that everything we search or post on the internet leaves a digital footprint. We want you to be aware of your relationship with technology and prepared going into an increasingly digital future. EETV hopes to inspire you to take advantage of all the tools at your fingertips with everything you need to know.

Emerge Entertainment Television Editors' Note

Emerge Entertainment Television (EETV) has a mission: provide entertaining content that engages and educates university students. The overall EMERGE 2020 theme of The Tipping Point is fitting because EETV producers want to prepare you, our viewers, for the future by showcasing the changes happening in the world while also sharing ways in which you can help shift its direction.

Created by Gary Levy, executive producer, and producer Ben Formosa, each episode of EETV, “Technology Today & Tomorrow “and “The Grind after Graduation” will do a deep dive into new, interesting and inspiring concepts that you need to know. EETV will explore the worlds of hacking and cyber-security and present tips for would-be freelance writers, showing viewers how you can succeed in the literary world right now—by sharing your own unique story with the universe. Most of us don't realize that everything we search or post on the internet leaves a digital footprint. We want you to be aware of your relationship with technology and prepared going into an increasingly digital future. EETV hopes to inspire you to take advantage of all the tools at your fingertips with everything you need to know.

Emerge Entertainment Television Editors' Note

Emerge Entertainment Television (EETV) has a mission: provide entertaining content that engages and educates university students. The overall EMERGE 2020 theme of The Tipping Point is fitting because EETV producers want to prepare you, our viewers, for the future by showcasing the changes happening in the world while also sharing ways in which you can help shift its direction.

Created by Gary Levy, executive producer, and producer Ben Formosa, each episode of EETV, “Technology Today & Tomorrow “and “The Grind after Graduation” will do a deep dive into new, interesting and inspiring concepts that you need to know. EETV will explore the worlds of hacking and cyber-security and present tips for would-be freelance writers, showing viewers how you can succeed in the literary world right now—by sharing your own unique story with the universe. Most of us don't realize that everything we search or post on the internet leaves a digital footprint. We want you to be aware of your relationship with technology and prepared going into an increasingly digital future. EETV hopes to inspire you to take advantage of all the tools at your fingertips with everything you need to know.

On the Edge Creators' Note

On the Edge is a technology-driven podcast mixing casual discussion and expert interviews brought to you by Emerge Talk. Hosted by Stephen Viti, the podcast will explore a new and emerging technology on each of its three episodes.

Self-driving cars, smart homes and deep fakes are the topics we aim to explore with On the Edge. These technologies are proving to be more and more relevant in our society today. Becoming more and more advanced as research continues. We look at why this is exciting and why this is scary. How the future projects endless possibilities and whether our anxieties are warranted.

The podcasts concept is inspired by this years Emerge theme “the tipping point”. Many aspects of our society are advancing drastically, but nothing more obviously than technology. Our theme looks at the new decade and the drastic change in society that represents. 2020, like every decade before will be defined by the things that changed, not the things that didn’t. Technology is in an exciting state, truly on the cusp of making those defining advancements that could change the way our society operates forever. Tune in for what will be engaging, relatable discussion about some of the most prominent technological advancements today.

On the Edge Creators' Note

On the Edge is a technology-driven podcast mixing casual discussion and expert interviews brought to you by Emerge Talk. Hosted by Stephen Viti, the podcast will explore a new and emerging technology on each of its three episodes.

Self-driving cars, smart homes and deep fakes are the topics we aim to explore with On the Edge. These technologies are proving to be more and more relevant in our society today. Becoming more and more advanced as research continues. We look at why this is exciting and why this is scary. How the future projects endless possibilities and whether our anxieties are warranted.

The podcasts concept is inspired by this years Emerge theme “the tipping point”. Many aspects of our society are advancing drastically, but nothing more obviously than technology. Our theme looks at the new decade and the drastic change in society that represents. 2020, like every decade before will be defined by the things that changed, not the things that didn’t. Technology is in an exciting state, truly on the cusp of making those defining advancements that could change the way our society operates forever. Tune in for what will be engaging, relatable discussion about some of the most prominent technological advancements today.

On the Edge Creators' Note

On the Edge is a technology-driven podcast mixing casual discussion and expert interviews brought to you by Emerge Talk. Hosted by Stephen Viti, the podcast will explore a new and emerging technology on each of its three episodes.

Self-driving cars, smart homes and deep fakes are the topics we aim to explore with On the Edge. These technologies are proving to be more and more relevant in our society today. Becoming more and more advanced as research continues. We look at why this is exciting and why this is scary. How the future projects endless possibilities and whether our anxieties are warranted.

The podcasts concept is inspired by this years Emerge theme “the tipping point”. Many aspects of our society are advancing drastically, but nothing more obviously than technology. Our theme looks at the new decade and the drastic change in society that represents. 2020, like every decade before will be defined by the things that changed, not the things that didn’t. Technology is in an exciting state, truly on the cusp of making those defining advancements that could change the way our society operates forever. Tune in for what will be engaging, relatable discussion about some of the most prominent technological advancements today.

Hustle & Flows Creators' Note

The Tipping Point, a theme embodying an advanced societal shift in change, is the puzzle that Hustle & Flows effortlessly fits into. For countless past years, humanity has harvested a comfort in normal routine jobs. Many workers have grown accustom to a traditional 9-5 schedule and have accepted general work culture for what it is – which in many cases, is quite tedious and unfulfilling. Whether it be because of the benefits, a lack of motivation to do better or simply because the bills aren’t going to pay themselves, many workers settle for what they have and not necessarily what they want.

Today, with the emergence of social networking services, the uprising Generation Z has no problem going against all norms, diving head-first into what we refer to as unconventional careers. In Hustle & Flows, hosts Janiece Campbell and Kristopher Phillips showcase young adults willing to take huge risks and become successful by their own means. All guests are young entrepreneurs under the age of 25 that have not only garnered a decent following on social media but are also taking advantage of online platforms to perpetuate their talents.

This show illustrates both the hardships and the benefits of having ambitions that many would regard as impractical but taking a chance to pursue it anyway. Now, what’s stopping you from taking that leap of faith again?

Hustle & Flows Creators' Note

The Tipping Point, a theme embodying an advanced societal shift in change, is the puzzle that Hustle & Flows effortlessly fits into. For countless past years, humanity has harvested a comfort in normal routine jobs. Many workers have grown accustom to a traditional 9-5 schedule and have accepted general work culture for what it is – which in many cases, is quite tedious and unfulfilling. Whether it be because of the benefits, a lack of motivation to do better or simply because the bills aren’t going to pay themselves, many workers settle for what they have and not necessarily what they want.

Today, with the emergence of social networking services, the uprising Generation Z has no problem going against all norms, diving head-first into what we refer to as unconventional careers. In Hustle & Flows, hosts Janiece Campbell and Kristopher Phillips showcase young adults willing to take huge risks and become successful by their own means. All guests are young entrepreneurs under the age of 25 that have not only garnered a decent following on social media but are also taking advantage of online platforms to perpetuate their talents.

This show illustrates both the hardships and the benefits of having ambitions that many would regard as impractical but taking a chance to pursue it anyway. Now, what’s stopping you from taking that leap of faith again?

Hustle & Flows Creators' Note

The Tipping Point, a theme embodying an advanced societal shift in change, is the puzzle that Hustle & Flows effortlessly fits into. For countless past years, humanity has harvested a comfort in normal routine jobs. Many workers have grown accustom to a traditional 9-5 schedule and have accepted general work culture for what it is – which in many cases, is quite tedious and unfulfilling. Whether it be because of the benefits, a lack of motivation to do better or simply because the bills aren’t going to pay themselves, many workers settle for what they have and not necessarily what they want.

Today, with the emergence of social networking services, the uprising Generation Z has no problem going against all norms, diving head-first into what we refer to as unconventional careers. In Hustle & Flows, hosts Janiece Campbell and Kristopher Phillips showcase young adults willing to take huge risks and become successful by their own means. All guests are young entrepreneurs under the age of 25 that have not only garnered a decent following on social media but are also taking advantage of online platforms to perpetuate their talents.

This show illustrates both the hardships and the benefits of having ambitions that many would regard as impractical but taking a chance to pursue it anyway. Now, what’s stopping you from taking that leap of faith again?

Web Magazine Journalists

Editor-in-Chief:
Alyssa Alibaksh
Managing Editor:
Melissa Lopez-Martinez
Writers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young
Brooke Harder
Dominic Balasta
David Logel
Addison Cheverie
Amanda Narccarato
Kaela Johnson
Kristen Surujbhan
Keerthiga Vijayaplan
Danya Elsayed
Photo Essay:
Tyler Young
Nora Golubevaite

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Emerge Entertainment TV Production

Executive Producer & Host:
Gary Levy
Producer & Host:
Ben Formosa
Production Team:
Mitchell Kennedy
Matthew Zen
Sydney Facey
Ben Formosa
Leonardo Yokhana
Julia Grodzinski
Nicholas Buck
Elias Iaizzo

Podcast Production Team

Hustle & Flows Producers:
Janiece Campbell
Kristopher Phillips
On the Edge Producers:
Stephen Viti
Tyler Young

"What is Emerge" Youtube Series Production

Producer:
Calista Iannotta
Production Team:
Riley Barnes
Gloria Do
Delainey Hewitt
Quinton Hudgins
Nicole Oziel
Kristopher Phillips
Rhemie Aquino

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About EMERGE

EMERGE is diverse media project including an annual print magazine, media conference and awards show held by the Media Studies graduating class from Guelph-Humber. EMERGE Web Magazine is a genre specific, multimedia creation documenting this year’s theme: The Tipping Point -featuring stories and articles relative to the past, present and future of media. This year’s EMERGE Web Magazine focuses heavily on students, recent graduates and young professionals within the Media and Mass Communications field.

 

Web Team

navreen

Navreen Aulakh

Back-End, Function and Plugins

kedice

Kedice Jones

Team Lead and

Front-End

fiona

Fiona Li-Duong

Function and Maintenance,

Front-End

zoya

Zoya Rahim

Front-End Design

and Liaison

 
zabdel

Zabdel Salandanan

Back-End, Function and Plugins

JOURNALISM

Editor-In-Chief:

Alyssa Alibaksh

Managing Editor:

Melissa Lopez-Martinez

Writers:

Addison Cheverie

Amanda Narccarato

Brooke Harder

Dominic Balasta

Kaela Johnson

David Logel

Kristen Surujbhan

Keerthiga Vijayaplan

Stephen Viti 

Tyler Young


PHOTO ESSAY 
Nora Golubevaite
Tyler Young

PODCAST PRODUCTION:

Hustle & Flows Producers:

Janiece Campbell

Kristopher Phillips

On the Edge Producers:

Stephen Viti

Tyler Young


“What is Emerge” YouTube Series
Producer:

Calista Iannotta

Production Team:

Riley Barnes

Gloria Do

Delainey Hewitt

Quinton Hudgins

Nicole Oziel

Kristopher Phillips

Rhemie Aquino

Emerge Entertainment TV Show Production
Executive Producer & Host:
Gary Levy

Producer & Host:

Ben Formosa

Production Team:

Mitchell Kennedy

Matthew Zen

Sydney Facey

Ben Formosa

Leonardo Yokhana

Julia Grodzinski

Nicholas Buck

Elias Iaizzo


Emerge Web Magazine Journalists

Podcast Group Photo

Emerge Podcast Production Team

Web Writers Group Photo

Documentary & Emerge Entertainment Television Production Team

Emerge Web Magazine Team

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Emerge Web Magazine Journalists

Emerge Podcast Production Team

Emerge Podcast Production Team

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Documentary & Emerge Entertainment Television Production Team

Web Writers Group Photo

Emerge Web Magazine Team

Emerge Web Magazine Team

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