Movie Fashion Inspiration: The Virgin Suicides

She was the still point of the turning world. For this week's edition of 10 More Movies for Fashion Inspiration, we will be looking at the fashion from the 1999 film, The Virgin Suicides. The movie, directed by Sofia Coppola, tells the story of the five Lisbon sisters who are growing up in the suburbs during the 1970s. A group of boys try to piece together the Lisbon sisters' story and attempt to learn about the mystique surrounding them. The Virgin Suicides is very ethereal and the fashion ...
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Why doctors-in-training need better nutritional education

Obesity is a global epidemic, and its prevalence is increasing in every part of the world. While we have new medications and complex surgical techniques that promote weight loss, the awareness of healthy eating habits and dietary education are still the most important factors in helping control body weight. Unfortunately, nutrition knowledge appears confined largely […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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A Capsule Wardrobe Inspired by Lorelai Gilmore from Gilmore Girls

For the days when you just need coffee in an IV. Gilmore Girls DVD set via Amazon Lorelai Victoria Gilmore is a whirlwind if there ever was one. Maybe it's the immense amount of coffee she consumes, but her ability to meet every challenge while keeping a calm exterior and bank of one-liners on deck is unparalleled. I for one would love to charm everyone I meet by referencing one of a thousand books that I know like the back of my hand, while also dressed in an eccentric outfit that somehow onl...
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Here's Exactly How and Where to Rock Faux Fur Pieces

You bought a faux fur coat but you're not sure how -- and most importantly, when -- to wear it? Relax, we gotchu!Faux fur, one of the biggest trends happening right now, can be tricky to style. On the one hand, it looks super fancy, but on the other, it can give off a casual vibe. If you want to try the look out but aren't sure exactly how to make it work, here's your go-to guide. 1. Wear a Faux Fur Coat Over a Fancy Dress and High Heels Wearing an oversized faux fur coat over a fancy mini dress...
Tags: Accessories, College, High Heels, Denim, Fashion Tips, Faux Fur, Boyfriend-inspired

Ask CF: What Should I Wear to a B2K Concert?

Get ready to rock out with these 2000s-inspired looks! That feeling when your jam comes on--made even better with a cool outfit! Welcome to the latest edition of Ask CF! Every two weeks, we select a reader fashion question and answer it here on the site. Do you have a specific fashion question for us? Scroll to the bottom of this post to learn how to send it our way--including a how to submit your most pressing fashion dilemmas via Instagram! Ask CF Question Hi CF!I have a major fashion questi...
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LAUSD teachers strike ends, but the debate is revving up in Sacramento

By Ricardo Cano As Los Angeles teachers celebrate the end of their six-day strike against California’s largest school district, the issues underlying the union’s bitter walkout appear to be headed straight for the state Capitol. The Los Angeles Unified School District and United Teachers Los Angeles reached a deal Tuesday, ending nearly two years of deadlocked negotiations. The strike—the first in 30 years at the district—had impacted more than a half-million students and disrupted the city for ...
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Why Did My Student Loan Get Transferred?

A few months ago, I logged onto the website for my student loan in order to check on my balance—when I found that I did not have one. Suddenly, the $12,000+ I owed had gone down to $0. I’m suspicious by nature, so rather than celebrating that some secret patron had paid off the rest of my education, I started wondering how this obvious mistake could possibly mess up my financial plans. I put in a call to my federal loan-servicing center, and I was told that my loan had been transferred to MOHEL...
Tags: Education, Marketing, Debt, Missouri, Student Loans, Money Management, Department Of Education, Federal Family Education Loan, MOHELA, William D Ford Federal Direct Student Loan, Jill Rooney, U S Department of Education USDOE, Sallie Mae MOHELA

Intelligent or Wise?

Good grades are all the rage these days. They’re supposed to measure how intelligent and industrious you are. Students strive for a high GPA, with the goal of being admitted into a top college. When they get that acceptance letter, all that hard work seems to have paid off. Time for celebration! You’ve made it! You’re set for life! Yay! Except when you’re not. Being intelligent and industrious is not everything. It is simply the ability to think logically, understand concepts, know formulas ...
Tags: Psychology, Students, Wisdom, College, Albert Einstein, Brain And Behavior, Success & Achievement, Academics, Marilyn, Intellect, Student Therapist, Pierre Abelard

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