By UNL Brooklyn Leadership Academy Youth, D’Amonte Brown D’Amante Brown is an 11th grader from City Poly Tech High School who just joined the UNL Brooklyn chapter this week!  It hasn’t even been a week yet, and I already feel like the Usher’s New Look (UNL) Family has accepted me as their own. Throughout the […]

This week, Usher’s New Look Detroit welcomed 50 new and returning students for an orientation kick off at Osborn High School! The students came from schools all over the Detroit Metro area including Osborn Oprep, Osborn Evergreen, Cass Tech, Cody High and Martin Luther King. Keeping with our peer-to-peer mode, Moguls in Training, Ciarah Lee and Sequoia […]

Last week, we launched our first ever in-school Leadership Academy model at Meadowcreek High School in Norcross, GA. We kicked off the Academy launch by inviting new students and parents to an inspiring orientation night at the school. These 9th through 12th grade students entered the program through two Powered by Service trainings at the end […]

“It is important not only to feel the issue but to face it.” #DontLookAway Brennan WilliamsPop Culture Editor, The Huffington Post Posted: 10/19/2015 05:20 PM EDT On Friday, Usher exclusively released his new song, “Chains” through the streaming service,TIDAL, and the video for it is a must-see. The empowering song, which also features Nas and singer-songwriter Bibi Bourelly, highlights […]

The First Lady is on the same page as Usher’s New Look when it comes to her Reach Higher Initiative. We’ve got to have more youth feeling confident and in charge of their futures, because after all, youth futures = everyone’s future. Today, she launched a new campaign called #BetterMakeRoom, targeted at Generation-Z. It has […]

Rashad Cain joined UNL Atlanta when he was in the 8th grade. Today, he is a graduate of Georgia State University with plans to go onto grad school. As a peer trainer for Usher’s New Look, Rashad was afforded the opportunity to travel to China in 2013 with other UNL students. On the trip, he […]

via ATTN: July 22, 2015 By @REBECCAHISCOTT “Recent research suggests that poverty may have a profound effect on the brain. Imaging studies show that the conditions that go hand-in-hand with poverty — a combination of environmental factors and emotional stressors — can actually slow the development of crucial parts of the brain involved in regulating […]

Congratulations, to UNL Detroit Mogul in Training, Myles Harlan, on his nomination to Vanderbilt University’s chapter of “The Society of Collegiate Leadership and Achievement” for his academic progress and strong GPA. Keep up the great work! Myles is a Junior at Vanderbilt University majoring in Oboe Performance and Pre-Law Studies. “New Look helped guide me to college opportunity […]

Southeastern Hosting Creative Industry Event By John Ceballos, The Ledger Wednesday, September 23, 2015 LAKELAND — The purpose of Friday’s Sm(ART) Business Symposium is to educate business leaders about the role creative industries play in economic development. And that starts with helping instill a bit of self-awareness. “There are businesses in the creative industry sector that don’t […]

Last week the entire team New Look flew into our headquarters in Atlanta, from Detroit, N.Y and Milwaukee. We had a fun team dinner, went hiking and spent days planning our goals and strategies for 2016. Pics below and video of our guest motivational speaker, former NFL player, Mohammed Massaquoi.

Jasmine Elliott is a freshman UNL Atlanta Mogul in Training studying fashion design at Savannah College of Art and Design! She is an entrepreneur with a heart for incorporating philanthropy into her business strategy. Recently, she represented New Look alongside UNL Alum, Brandon Hamilton, at the United Nations and Global Citizen’s Global Goals and Human […]