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How to Achieve *THIS* High Fashion Trend On a Budget: Belt Bags

This week we’ll see how to get the new and improved "fanny pack" - belt bags!Last week we took the high fashion trend, glitzy boots, and saw how to get the look for ourselves within a budget. We looked at two variations from YSL and Jeremy Scott and found cheaper versions of the $10,000+ runway boots, ranging from $45-$79. This week, we will look at another new trend, belt bags, which are essentially high-end fanny packs for the modern and stylish woman.  HIGH FASHION TREND: BELT BAGS Belt bags ...
Tags: Shopping, College, Bags, Ariana Grande, Prada, Chanel, Belts, Asos, Gucci, Fendi, 1990s, Urban Outfitters, Monki, Jeremy Scott, YSL, Fanny Pack


What Football Firings Teach Managers About Staying Relevant

Many executives are confident they can retain their skills over time. Experience shows they are wrong. Just look at the National Football League's "Black Monday" for proof, says Boris Groysberg. [Author: by Boris Groysberg, Sarah Abbott, and Katherine Connolly Baden]
Tags: College, National Football League, Boris Groysberg, Sarah Abbott, by Boris Groysberg, and Katherine Connolly Baden, Boris Groysberg Sarah Abbott, Katherine Connolly Baden


Get Started for Spring: Here Are Our 5 Favorite Runway Trends for S/S 2019

Get your hands on these trends before they're everywhere.To be in fashion, it means to be a step ahead of everybody else; to be sensitive to all of the up-and-coming, rising trends; to be creative in how to think outside the box with current and past trends and produce something previously unseen. Designers in the fashion industry's 'Big Four' cities (Paris, Milan, New York, London) are the pioneers in pushing boundaries on garment creation. However, let's not forget that we, ourselves, are the ...
Tags: Crochet, College, Trends, Shorts, Marc Jacobs, Gigi Hadid, Don, Prabal Gurung, Neutrals, Carolina Herrera, Spring 2019, Paris Milan New York London, Burberry Jill Sander Maison Margiela Emphasis, Utility Vibes Givenchy Fendi Coach High, Carolina Herrera Prabal Gurung Marc Jacobs


Heroic Styles: Supergirl

On your worst days, channel The Girl of Steel. Sometimes we’re not feeling like our best selves and even the thought of going to class can be depressing. On these days, I like to find inspiration in heroes and heroines, super or not, to make it through the day. In this series I’ll share some outfit inspiration from different heroes and heroines that you can use to boost your confidence on those not-so-good days. The first of many heroes and heroines to inspire us is Supergirl, played by former ...
Tags: College, Superman, Cbs, Asos, Cw, Supergirl, Kara, Melissa Benoist, Kara Zor El, Girl of Steel Sometimes, Saks Fifth AvenueThis


America at War: Infographic Reveals How the U.S. Military Is Operating in 40% of the World’s Nations

Earlier this month, NBC reporter and analyst William Arkin ended a 30-year career as a journalist, announcing in a “scathing letter,” Democracy Now! reports, that “he would be leaving the network. Arkin accuses “the media of warmongering while ignoring the, quote, ‘creeping fascism of homeland security.’” He does not equivocate in a follow-up interview with Amy Goodman. “The generals and the national security leadership" are also now, he says, “the commentators and the analysts who populate the...
Tags: Google, Maps, Politics, Nbc, College, Africa, America, Cnn, Fox, Current Affairs, Middle East, Army, Smithsonian, Cornell, Facebook Twitter, Josh Jones


A Typical Day in the Life of a College Student

I'm taking you through my full (busy) day at Hopkins.This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cengage Unlimited. The opinions and text are all mine.Hi everyone! I'm Kelly and I'm a junior at Johns Hopkins University; I also work as a blogger and the Social Media Director for CF! Today, I'm taking you through my daily routine as a college student, and also throwing in a few of my personal favorites for fashion and life in general.  Me when I was first admitted to Hopkins! Wha...
Tags: Sponsored, College, Washington, Social Media, St Lucia, Chegg, Hopkins, Kelly, Brooks, Kaplan, Johns Hopkins University, College Life, College Living, Gilman Hall, Hopkins This, Career Readiness Center


An Ancient Egyptian Homework Assignment from 1800 Years Ago: Some Things Are Truly Timeless

Every generation of schoolchildren no doubt first assumes homework to be a historically distinct form of punishment, developed expressly to be inflicted on them. But the parents of today's miserable homework-doers also, of course, had to do homework themselves, as did their parents' parents. It turns out that you can go back surprisingly far in history and still find examples of the menace of homework, as far back as ancient Egypt, a civilization from which one example of an out-of-classroom as...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Education, Writing, College, History, Egypt, Seoul, British Library, Turin, Livescience, Facebook Twitter, Colin Marshall, Jason Daley, 21st Century Los Angeles, Egypt Mesopotamia China


Stephen Fry Narrates Two Animated Videos Explaining How Fear, Loathing & Misinformation Drove the Brexit Campaign

For millions watching in the UK and around the world, anticipating the looming Brexit deadline over the past two years has been like watching the slowest train wreck in history. But for those not following the coverage daily, the impending UK secession from the European Union is mystifying. Just how many trains are there, and where are they coming from, and how fast, exactly, are they going? From the future of food and drug imports, to the status of the “currently invisible” border betwe...
Tags: Google, Politics, UK, College, US, Eu, European Union, Atlantic, George Orwell, Theresa May, Current Affairs, NHS, Republic Of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Stephen Fry, Brexit


The Creation and Evolution of Entrepreneurial Public Markets

This analysis by Shai Bernstein, Abhishek Dev, and Josh Lerner shows that stock exchanges in countries with better shareholder protection allowed younger and less profitable companies to raise more capital. These markets alone cannot boost entrepreneurial activity but need enabling institutions. [Author: by Shai Bernstein, Abhishek Dev, and Josh Lerner]
Tags: College, Josh Lerner, by Shai Bernstein, and Josh Lerner, Abhishek Dev, Shai Bernstein Abhishek Dev


New Research and Ideas, January 15, 2019

A look at second-tier stock exchanges ... Bank helps customers in default ... How the FDA guides approval of new medical devices. [Author: Dina Gerdeman]
Tags: College, Bank, Fda, Dina Gerdeman


You've Got This: 5 Signs That You've Actually Got Your Ish Together

Adulting is hard, but you're actually doing better than you think. View the original article to see embedded media. I've been thinking a lot this week about this viral article on millennial burnout (shout out to my girl Anne Helen Petersen), reflecting on my experience as an adult and how it resembles the millennial condition. I've long felt that millennials (and Gen Z-ers) have gotten a bad rap for being entitled grade-grubbers (@ me next time, AHP) who eat tide pods, dab inappropriately, and s...
Tags: Health, Career, Money, College, Ahp, College Life, Adulthood, Anne Helen Petersen


In-Depth Denim Brand Review: ($) AEO, PacSun, and Forever 21

Part one of a three part series featuring multiple brands of denim and tips on how to find the dream pair for you. Searching for the perfect pair of jeans is like searching for a best friend. There are so many variables to take into consideration, with the end goal being a find that will be with you every day, through every situation. Naturally, it can be tricky to find the perfect match. With hundreds of brands to pick from, shopping for jeans can get pretty overwhelming and tedious. So we'r...
Tags: Style, Shopping, Review, College, Comfort, American Eagle, Forever 21, Denim, Jeans, PacSun, AEO, AEO PacSun, American Eagle Jeans Review AE Ne X, Pros American Eagle


How to Stay Colorful in the Winter: 3 Ways to Wear Red in Cold Weather

Winter can be a dreary and cold season. Bring a little joy (and color) into your life with these basic shade additions.Red is one of the most popular and flattering colors in the fashion world. Whether it's a bold lip, a mini dress, or a staggering pump, red has been an it fashion color for decades, and continues making a statement on the runways and the streets. The winter season can bring a colorless combination of black, white, and denim, but it doesn't always have to be so bland. If you're l...
Tags: College, Red, Cold Weather, Gucci, Fila, Fashion Tips, Cold Weather Outfits, Crop Top, Winter Outfits, Gucci Earrings Kendra Scott Dress Gap Boots, Dress Charlotte Russe Purse Forever


Complex Math Made Simple With Engaging Animations: Fourier Transform, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Neural Networks & More

In many an audio engineering course, I’ve come across the Fourier Transform, an idea so fundamental in sound production that it seems essential for everyone to know it. My limited understanding was, you might say, functional. It’s some kind of mathematical reverse engineering machine that turns waveforms into frequencies, right? Yes, but it’s much more than that. The idea can seem overwhelming to the non-mathematically-inclined among us. The Fourier Transform, named for French mathematic...
Tags: Google, Math, College, Animation, Khan Academy, Facebook Twitter, Sanderson, Josh Jones, Durham NC Follow, Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier, Grant Sanderson


Preppy Back to School Outfits: Spring Semester Edition

Kicking off the semester in true preppy fashion.Hello ladies! How are you all doing? Can you believe that the Spring semester is already upon us? Classes at UPenn start tomorrow and I am beyond excited to see my friends and start my new courses! What are you most excited about for the new semester?By now you know that I love preppy style. So for my latest preppy themed post, I'll be sharing 3 fabulous preppy outfits that you can wear for the new semester. Whether you're going to class, out to lu...
Tags: College, Valentine's Day, Lulu, Asos, Petra, Fashion Tips, Outfits, Preppy, Ralph Lauren Macy, Clutch Nina Aneka Nordstrom, Madden Kohl


Download Vincent van Gogh’s Collection of 500 Japanese Prints, Which Inspired Him to Create “the Art of the Future”

Vincent van Gogh never went to Japan, but he did spend quite a bit of time in Arles, which he considered the Japan of France. What made him think of the place that way had to do entirely with aesthetics. The Netherlands-born painter had moved to Paris in 1886, but two years later he set off for the south of France in hopes of finding real-life equivalents of the "clearness of the atmosphere and the gay colour effects" of Japanese prints. These days, we've all seen at least a few examples of tha...
Tags: Google, Art, Japan, Microsoft, College, France, Paris, Netherlands, Seoul, Arles, Van Gogh, Vincent, Simon Schama, Facebook Twitter, Vincent Van Gogh, Theo


The Artistry Behind an All-White Painting: A Short Art History Lesson on Minimalism and the All-White Painting

“I could do that” goes the refrain of philistines at modern art galleries, sometimes followed by a “Hell, my dog/cat/baby/elephant could do that!” Sophisticates smirk knowing smirks. Oh no, sir or madam, they most certainly could not. But maybe everyone, at some level, comes across Agnes Martin’s White Stone or Jo Baer’s Untitled (White Square Lavender) and thinks it looks like someone “just took a tube of white paint and spread it on a canvas.” It's tempting to imagine, notes Vox in the...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, College, Harvard, Vox, Sherman, Whitney Museum, Frank Stella, Facebook Twitter, Josef Albers, White Stone, Josh Jones, Agnes Martin, Delacroix, Yasmina Reza


Making Sense of White Paintings: A Short Art History Lesson on Minimalism and the All-White Painting

“I could do that” goes the refrain of philistines at modern art galleries, sometimes followed by a “Hell, my dog/cat/baby/elephant could do that!” Sophisticates smirk knowing smirks. Oh no, sir or madam, they most certainly could not. But maybe everyone, at some level, comes across Agnes Martin’s White Stone or Jo Baer’s Untitled (White Square Lavender) and thinks it looks like someone “just took a tube of white paint and spread it on a canvas.” It's tempting to imagine, notes Vox in the...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, College, Harvard, Vox, Sherman, Whitney Museum, Frank Stella, Facebook Twitter, Josef Albers, White Stone, Josh Jones, Agnes Martin, Delacroix, Yasmina Reza


The UK Needs a Bold Strategy Around Competition to Survive Brexit

There is little doubt that the United Kingdom’s separation from Europe will reduce its competitiveness for the foreseeable future, argues Michael E. Porter. Here's what can be done about it. [Author: by Michael Blanding]
Tags: Europe, UK, College, United Kingdom, Michael Blanding, Michael E Porter, by Michael Blanding


These 4 CEOs Created a New Standard of Leadership

At the height of the 2008 financial crisis, these four corporate leaders stepped forward—and changed how we think of leadership forever, says Bill George. [Author: by Bill George]
Tags: College, Bill George, by Bill George, New Standard of Leadership


Dressing for Dream Destinations: South Korea

How to dress when visiting South Korea's ancient sites and urban jungles alike. Pexels "Dressing for Dream Destinations" is a travel series that takes us across the world to daydream about what we'd wear to various locations.South Korea is emerging as one of the top tourist destinations in Asia for a good reason. The exciting cities, food scene, and plethora of historical sites makes for an unforgettable vacation. Cities like Seoul and Busan are known for being home to very fashionable and tre...
Tags: Travel, Asia, South Korea, College, Inspiration, Korea, Vacation, Busan, Seoul, Packing, Jeju, Jeju Island, Outfits, SEOUL Seoul, Busan Busan, Jeju Island Jeju Island


A Fender Stratocaster Made Out of 1200 Colored Pencils

Alder and Ash. These woods have traditionally made up the body of the Fender Stratocaster. Crayola colored pencils? They were never part of the mix ... at least until now. Above, Burls Art gives it a go. In nine minutes, they take you through the making and playing of the Crayola Strat, from start to finish. Aficionados, feel free to argue over the tonal qualities of this new fangled creation. Related Content: Behold the First Electric Guitar: The 1931 “Frying Pan” Brian May’s Homemade G...
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Bundle Up in a Statement Coat Like These Stars

Get Alexa Chung, Lucy Hale, and Jessica Biel's cold weather outfits, on a budget.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 Alexa Chung, Lucy Hale, and Jessica Biel. Read on to see how you can get their looks for yourself. Celebrity Look #1: Alexa Chung's Chic Plaid Style star Alexa Chung roamed the NYC streets in a fashion-forward look featuring a red plaid statement coat.In addition to her eye-...
Tags: Celebs, College, Inspiration, Alexa Chung, Lulu, Jessica Biel, Lucy, Alexa, Celebrity Fashion, Jessica, Lucy Hale, Outerwear, Celebrity Street Style of the Week, Alexa Products, Alexa Chung Lucy Hale


The Strange Dancing Plague of 1518: When Hundreds of People in France Could Not Stop Dancing for Months

If you find yourself thinking you aren’t a victim of fashion, maybe take another look. Yes, we can consciously train ourselves to resist trends through force of habit. We can declare our preferences and stand on principle. But we aren't consciously aware of what's happening in the hidden turnings of our brains. Maybe what we call the unconscious has more control over us than we would like to think. Inexplicable episodes of mass obsession and compulsion serve as disquieting examples. Mass panics...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Science, College, France, History, Bbc, Strasbourg, Rhine, Moselle, Facebook Twitter, Alsace, Josh Jones, Waller, St Vitus, Oliver Sacks


If You Live Somewhere Cold, Here Are the 3 Winter Items You Need to Spend More On

If you're battling against snow or rain this winter, you can't afford to cheap out on these three essentials. Every year, when wintertime rolls around, millions of college students are faced with the same dilemma: style or warmth? Indeed, it isn't easy to combine the two, especially when you're on a college budget. That said, that adorable Forever 21 faux leather bomber probably won't keep you warm when the wind chill is in the negative digits. Oftentimes you need to spend a bit more to get som...
Tags: Boots, College, Gloves, Coats, Fashion Tips, Winter Fashion, Hunter Chelsea, Ugg Benson, Chelsea Boots Hunter


The Musical Instruments in Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights Get Brought to Life, and It Turns Out That They Sound “Painful” and “Horrible”

Welcome to The Garden of Earthly Delights. You’ll find no angelic strings here. Those are reserved for first class citizens whose virtuous lives earned them passage to the uppermost heights. Down below, stringed instruments produce the most hellish sort of cacophony, a fitting accompaniment for the horn whose bell is befouled with the arm of a tortured soul. How do we know that's what they sounded like? A group of musicologists, craftspeople and academics from the Bate Collection of Musical...
Tags: Google, Art, Music, Comedy, College, New York City, Religion, Museums, University of Oxford, Lamb, Slayer, Bosch, Facebook Twitter, Hieronymus Bosch, Ayun Halliday, Andrew Lamb


A New Edition of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 That’s Only Readable When You Apply Heat to Its Pages: Pre-Order It Today

Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, a novel of a nearly bookless dystopian future in which "firemen" go around burning any last volumes they can find, lends itself well to highly physical special editions. Last year we featured an asbestos-bound, fireproof version, 200 copies of which were published at the book's first printing in 1953. The year before we featured an experimental edition perhaps even more faithfully reflective of the story's premise, one whose all-black pages only reveal the ...
Tags: Google, Books, College, Ray Bradbury, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Electric Literature, Bradbury, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Read Ray Bradbury, Radio Drama Based, Facebook A New Edition of Ray Bradbury


Movie Fashion Inspiration: Clueless

Okay, so you're probably going, "Is this like a Noxzema commercial or what?" The next movie we'll be looking at for the 10 More Movies for Fashion Inspiration series is the 1995 teen comedy Clueless. The film centers around a rich Beverly Hills teen named Cher (Alicia Silverstone) who sets up two lonely teachers in order to raise her grades. When her plan works, Cher and her best friend Dionne (Stacey Dash) decide to use their popularity for good and make over awkward new girl Tai (Brittany Mu...
Tags: College, Beverly Hills, Cher, Dionne, Mary Jane, Seuss, Doc Martens, Tai, Alaia, Badgley Mischka, Mary Janes, Cher Alicia Silverstone, Tai Cher, Dionne Stacey Dash, Tai Brittany Murphy, Cher Dionne


150 Courses Starting at Stanford Continuing Studies Next Week: Explore the Catalogue of Campus and Online Courses

Quick fyi: I spend my days at Stanford Continuing Studies, where we've developed a rich lineup of online courses for lifelong learners, many of which will get started next week. The courses aren't free. But they're first rate, giving adult students--no matter where they live--the chance to work with dedicated teachers and students. The catalogue includes a large number of online Creative Writing courses,  covering the Novel , the Memoir, Creative Nonfiction, Travel Writing, Poetry and more. ...
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A 10-Piece Capsule Wardrobe Inspired by Taylor Swift's Reputation Album & Tour

10 pieces of clothing inspired by the princess of snakes and second chances. With 2017's Reputation, the queen of lyrics turned her critics into inspiration and shocked the world with a completely unexpected sound. Totally unapologetic about every aspect of her character, Taylor Swift not only embraced the snake with open arms but built a 30-foot-tall one on her tour stage. And why should she apologize? Why should any of us?This is the album’s key takeaway: every single person has made mistakes...
Tags: Taylor Swift, College, Calvin Klein, Taylor, Versace, Joe Alwyn, Belt River Island, Taylor Swift Store, Skirt Miss Selfridge