How to Wear Corduroy the 2018 Way

View the original article to see embedded media. Up until recently, corduroy was one of those fabrics that was considered to be stuffy and frumpy. Sure, you might have been able to find the odd corduroy piece here and there in more modern and trendy stores, but it has been a long time since the fabric has had a real fashion moment. Seriously though, I remember the last time I wore corduroy was in sixth grade—back in 2005!—so you know that it's just destined to be a big thing now!Needless to say,...
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What to Wear to a College Class

One thing we get asked probably more than anything else is what you should wear to class in college.We're sure you've all seen articles like "Why I Don't Dress Up For Class" or "I Would Rather Get Dressed Up than Look Like a Slob." Obviously, classroom attire is a controversial subject among college students!So what do you wear to class, what don't you wear, what constitutes "dressing up" and what doesn't?We have answers to these questions and more, as college students who love fashion but stil...
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How to Keep that Homesickness Back Home

August. A tiny knot forms in the bottom of your stomach, but of course you ignore it because college is so fun. September. A weird achy feeling is coming from your stomach and you feel a little sad. You see a dog on campus. Aw. The thought of your pup back home comes to mind. October. It’s starting to get a little bit colder outside. You think of your mom’s hot chocolate and a warm fire, snuggled up in your favorite blanket on your bed. The knot grows to the point where tears begin to flow out o...
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Cornish College of the Arts students protest college’s handling of sexual assault

For about 90 minutes, about 70 protesters stood at the intersection of Lenora Street and Terry Avenue and called on administrators to respond.
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Haruki Murakami Became a DJ on a Japanese Radio Station for One Night: Hear the Music He Played for Delighted Listeners

In his native Japan, Haruki Murakami has published not just fiction but all sorts of essays dealing with a variety of subjects, from travel to music to writing itself. One collection of these pieces came out under the title Murakami Radio, a possible inspiration for a broadcast of the same name this past summer on Tokyo FM. For its 55-minute duration, Murakami took the DJ's seat and spun records (or rather, files from several of his music-filled iPods) from his famously vast personal lib...
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From Rescue Dog to War Hero - Sergeant Stubby #Giveaway!

From Rescue Dog to War Hero New Book, Movie Tell the Story of Unsung Hero Sergeant Stubby The amazing story of Sergeant Stubby, the canine war hero who saved countless lives during World War I, is now on bookshelves across America. Why Did Sergeant Stubby Go to War?, the second children’s book in a new series published by the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes, tells the story of Stubby, a bedraggled rescue dog who went on to become a highly decorated war hero. From service on the front...
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130,000 Photographs by Andy Warhol Are Now Available Online, Courtesy of Stanford University

(Image credit: © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.) It’s taken for granted that every brand or rising star must establish and maintain a constant presence on various social networks. Indeed, the social media star—an entity famous solely for collecting followers and posting glamorous photos with themed commentary—may seem like a phenomenon that could only exist in the internet age, though writers like J.G. Ballard saw such things coming decades ago. But before obsessive photog...
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MIT Raises $650M for New College to Advance A.I. With Eye on Ethics

MIT is making another significant investment in artificial intelligence. The Institute announced Monday that it will establish a new college on its Cambridge, MA, campus—the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing—that will serve as an interdisciplinary hub for advancing ideas in computer science, artificial intelligence, data science, and related fields.The college is getting off the ground thanks to a $350 million gift from Schwarzman, the co-founder, CEO, and chairman of global asset ...
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Learn Anatomy Through a Pictorial History of James Bond 007

Remember the scene in Tomorrow Never Dies when sexy double agent Wai Lin handcuffs James Bond to the shower and leaves him there? Alternately, remember “Table 9” from anatomist Bernard Siegfried Albinus’ 1749 Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani? Kriota Willberg, an educator, massage therapist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and author of Draw Stronger: Self-Care For Cartoonists and Other Visual Artists, is sufficiently steeped in both Bond and Albinus to identify striking ...
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The Best Fun (And Funny!) Halloween Costumes for College

Sometimes your Halloween costumes just need to deviate from the typical BFF costumes, cute DIY costumes, or the basic costumes that every girl tends to wear. Funny college Halloween costumes tend to make a huge splash at parties, and they also usually happen to be warmer and more practical for a night out; huge win! Here are my top picks for fun, funny, and punny Halloween costumes: Onesie/Banana Suit Photo Credits: @ktpark A onesie is a classic pick for funny Halloween costumes simply becaus...
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Celebrity Street Style, The Pretty Little Liars Way

Every week, I scour the web to find inspiring outfits on your favorite celebs and help you recreate their looks! This week, I was inspired by former Pretty Little Liars stars Shay Mitchell, Lucy Hale, and Ashley Benson. Read on to see how you can get their looks for yourself. Celebrity Look #1: Shay Mitchell's Parisian Chic Shay Mitchell turned the streets of Paris into her own runway with an ultra chic ensemble.She wore a green leather mini dress with a trendy beige fuzzy coat over top, and b...
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Sustainable Fashion 101: How to Take Action

Sustainable fashion is definitely a buzzword nowadays, and it's great that more and more people are becoming aware of just how damaging the fashion industry can be. Beyond being one of the largest polluting industries in the world, fast fashion is a massive drain on resources, a huge contributor to global waste, and the perpetrator of unjust treatment of its workers.Not to fear: there's a lot we can do to help out, and a little can go a long way! Sustainable fashion ties in closely with the env...
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Why Should You Read Don Quixote?: An Animated Video Makes the Case

In “one of the strangest stories in modern film,” Monty Python alumnus and critically-lauded director Terry Gilliam strove for three decades to make his take on Don Quixote, an ordeal that inspired two documentaries and that did not end in triumph even when the film premiered to acclaim at Cannes this year after its long gestation. Just a few weeks afterward, Gilliam lost the rights to the film in a lawsuit with its former producer. Nonetheless, for all of the serious setbacks on the roa...
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Seattle’s big education levy has no organized opposition, but are voters feeling generous?

Supporters of the city education levy have raised nearly $300,000, have no organized opposition and have seen voters approve similar measures four times before. But they also have some cause to be wary.
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‘There’s no plan B’: academics race to safeguard research against Brexit

With science, IT and archaeology among subjects heavily funded by the EU, leaving with no deal would be cataclysmic, say universitiesProf Chris Gosden, director of the institute of archaeology at Oxford University, is bracing himself for potential disaster after Brexit. Europe funds 38% of archaeological research in the UK and with no plan B, Gosden fears his discipline could dwindle unless an agreement is reached on science.“Losing EU funding would mean that British archaeology would shrink,” G...
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Make Your Global Online Shoppers Feel at Home Wherever They Are

Registration is still open for our FREE November 7th, 2018 wegginar®, with presenter Cristina Bandal, Industry Segment Manager of Retail and Consumer Goods for UPS. Cristina has an extensive career with UPS, working within the marketing functions. She has worked with merchants in the retail and high tech industries. Cristina makes customer experiences valuable, by improving the […]
Tags: Transportation, Mobile, Technology, Networking, Education, Shopping, Free, Inspiration, Sales, Trends, Strategy, Management, E-commerce, UPS, Online Shopping, How-to

Visiting the McLarty Treasure Museum in Vero Beach, Florida – Part 3

One of the top highlights of our trip to Hutchinson Island, Florida was being so near an area where a treasure carrying fleet of Spanish ships (about 11) sunk due to a hurricane. To my knowledge,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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MIT announces new college of computing with $1 billion commitment

MIT announced today that it is massively doubling down on the future of computer science with the launch of a new college of computing. The university is committing $1 billion in resources to the new school, and the university received a $350 million donation from Stephen A. Schwarzman, who will be the naming donor. MIT said that its commitment is the largest of a university yet to the discipline. The university is already one of the leaders in computer science, with a famed department located i...
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Chopping forest school is a mistake | Letters

The National Trust could do more to find a solution at Toys Hill, writes former Forestry Commission recreation manager Roger BrakeIn the same issue as your article “National Trust criticised for eviction of nursery from its woodland home” (13 October), an ad for the National Trust began: “Dear future leaf rustlers, conker collectors and woodland wanderers …” Um.In the 1990s, working for the Forestry Commission, I had the privilege of managing recreation, public access and education over the New ...
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Shaky Business: How Handshakes Win Negotiations

A handshake before a negotiation can have a surprisingly strong effect on the outcome, according to Michael Norton, Francesca Gino, and colleagues. [Author: by Michael Blanding]
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Elementary school of copycat / À l’école de la pompe?

THE ORIGINAL? Claro – Second hand school supplies –  2015 “Do not disappoint who needs it” Agency : 6P Marketing & Propaganda   (Brazil) LESS ORIGINAL Anaya For President –   2018 “We have 3 priorities : education, education, education” Agency : Unknown ? (Mexico) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
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