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The Bee Club rents space from the Fly Club at 45 Dunster Street in a building that was previously the D. In the fall of 2015, Harvard President Drew Faust criticized the clubs for—as stated by C.Ramsey Fahs of The Harvard Crimson—their "alleged gender exclusivity and the potential for alcohol abuse and sexual assault on the off-campus properties." that students entering in the fall of 2017 or later who join unrecognized single-sex organizations (such as single-sex final clubs, fraternities, and sororities) will be barred from campus leadership positions such as team captaincies, and from receiving recommendation letters from Harvard requisite for scholarships and fellowships.In July 2017, a Harvard committee pointed to Bowdoin College as a model for eradicating final clubs, sororities, and fraternities from campus social life.This preliminary recommendation would take effect in with the incoming class of 2018, so all currently enrolled student, would be exempt.It’s a really tough situation to be in, especially for young streetwear brands,” Jama continues.
According to analysis based on comments, the average value of missing orders is 0 USD, bringing the estimate of total unaccounted for merchandise close to half a million dollars.“ASSC is well known for long ship times, but do you really want your product the next day — or do you want to lurk on Neek’s IG where he’s pushing fat whips, and smoking exotic cigarettes with supermodels wearing dad hats,” questions Oliver Mak, founding partner at streetwear multi-retailer Bodega.Mak’s point echoes several commentators on our Instagram post, who admit the delays with ASSC are widespread knowledge, but haven’t been enough to halt orders.“Hype is fueling the streetwear trend and redefining the industry by driving the creation of artificially scarce products that are unique and, as a result, become highly coveted,” says Robleh Jama, senior product manager on Shopify Garage team, the product team that created Frenzy — a mobile marketplace app that allows retailers and brands to create and execute highly anticipated product releases. Hype is a well-oiled machine and a new wave within the fashion industry has been built on it.But while streetwear culture somehow manages to convince followers to line up days on end for the off-chance of copping an item, the rest of the world is doing the exact opposite — aiming to deliver to consumers as fast as possible.