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The Student News Site of Kent State University

a magazine

The Student News Site of Kent State University

a magazine

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what we know so far about nyfw 2022

Janelle Sessoms August 4, 2022

There’s no better way to end the summer months than with the release of the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) September 2022 schedule — and the fashion gods really went all out on this one. The Council...

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what you didn’t know: adaptive/universal fashion and functionality edition

what you didn’t know: adaptive/universal fashion and functionality edition

London Green July 20, 2022

Attending Kent State’s NYC study away program has its perks, one of them being able to connect with people from all different walks of life within the fashion industry. As June concluded, the NYC Studio...

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photo by lira via creative commons

from reality tv to couture runway: kim kardashian’s fashion evolution

Janelle Sessoms July 13, 2022

In the 15 years that Kim Kardashian has been in the spotlight, it seems like her stardom only continues to grow. Her rise to fame first began back in 2006 when she was spotted alongside Paris Hilton and...

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photo by Duncan Chen

16 years later and ‘the devil wears prada’ is still influential

Janelle Sessoms July 2, 2022

“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” This is merely one of many now iconic quotes from the beloved movie “The Devil Wears Prada.” Sixteen years ago, the world was blessed with the movie...

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Beyonce in Rome by J.ebey is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.

it’s officially hot bey summer

Janelle Sessoms June 17, 2022

Beyoncé has proven once again why she will always be Queen B. Yesterday morning the world was graced with the reveal of Beyoncé as British Vogue’s July 2022 cover star. Within seconds Beyoncé officially...

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a magazine 10th anniversary documentary

A Magazine May 22, 2022

Can you believe A Magazine has been around for ten years? A Magazine recently celebrated our tenth anniversary with the release of our spring 2022 issue. We teamed up with Fame Productions to put together...

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photo by gayatri malhotra on unsplash.

anti-abortion lawmakers, and now supreme court justices, have blood on their hands

Catie Pusateri May 3, 2022

There’s not enough room in a Planned Parenthood clinic for the doctor, the person seeking an abortion and the gall of some conservative lawmakers sticking their noses in every uterus in their states.    In...

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were hiring! fall 2022 applications now open

we’re hiring! fall 2022 applications now open

A Magazine May 2, 2022

Attention fashion lovers: A Magazine’s Fall 2022 staff applications are now open (!!!!). This fall, we’re looking forward to expanding on the great work A Magazine has done this semester and pushing...

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Photo courtesy of the Kent State Annual Fashion Show.

annual fashion show in person for first year since covid-19

Kait Murray April 26, 2022

The Kent State Annual Fashion Show takes place in Rockwell Hall on April 28-30. The show on April 28 starts at 7 p.m. and the awards show on April 29 starts at 6 p.m. The show on April 30 is a VIP show...

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Photo by Jana Beamer

my 11-year-old self is crying over red (taylor’s version)

Catherine Pusateri November 20, 2021

After buying a used “Speak Now” CD from a garage sale in the summer of 2012, my 11-year-old self discovered Taylor Swift just in time to experience the original release of “Red.” Like every middle...

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image courtesy of islandworks on pixabay

sustainable luxury brands: an oxymoron

Catherine Pusateri October 13, 2021

As fashion lovers increasingly turn to thrifting, upcycling and supporting small businesses, brands have taken note of consumers’ environmentally conscious expectations. In an effort to cater to the...

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photo by: maggie harris

celebrating hispanic heritage month with s.a.l.s.a.

Catherine Pusateri October 4, 2021

As a freshman at Kent State University, Erik Gomez felt hesitant to enter spaces where no one else looked like him, such as student government. Now director of governmental affairs for Undergraduate Student...

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