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The Student News Site of Kent State University

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The Student News Site of Kent State University

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Stepping Into an Age of Excess: The Fashion Museum’s ’80s Exhibit

Julie Riedel November 4, 2017

Elegant might not be the term that comes to mind when thinking about ‘80s clothing, but The 1980’s: an Age of Excess exhibit in the Kent State Fashion Museum says otherwise. The garments on display...

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Which to Buy, a Tablet or an E-reader?

Julie Riedel April 6, 2017

Technology has become an important part of our lives, smartphones and laptops, and wearables like smartwatches or activity counters are seen in almost every household. If you are considering adding a new...

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By Dani Watts

More Than One Love

Julie Riedel March 16, 2017

The door beeps, and a woman enters. She scans the shelves of accessories looking for something specific. Approaching the counter, she asks about thin leather bracelets for her husband. Tim Huth, One Love...

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By Dani Watts

The College Kid’s Guide to Laundry

Julie Riedel February 28, 2017

As our closets get empty, our hampers get full. We all have to do laundry, yet so many of us put this simple chore off until the last possible second. Is it the act of carrying dirty clothes to the laundry...

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By Dani Watts

Fashionably Able

Julie Riedel February 14, 2017

*(dis)ABLED BEAUTY: the evolution of beauty, disability, and ability. Nike and Tommy Hilfiger have two unexpected similarities; both companies have designed and created fashion for differently-abled people....

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By Dani Watts

What is Mindfulness Anyway?

Julie Riedel January 30, 2017

“Mind this, mind that, become mindful.” Mindfulness has become the latest lifestyle craze, but what on earth does being mindful truly mean? In some context, it means making healthy choices or smart...

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by Gina DeSimone

Vegan Beauty Products

Julie Riedel October 13, 2016

It’s true that most people prefer knowing the ingredients and sources of foods and what we put into our bodies for fuel rather than not. We also know we feel better when we eat something that’s organically...

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An International Chat

An International Chat

Julie Riedel May 1, 2016

Francesca Pinillos Ruiz, a senior Fashion Merchandising major from Peru, and Beatrice da Costa, a freshman Fashion Design major and international exchange student from Brazil sat with A Magazine to talk...

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End the Semester On a Strong Note

End the Semester On a Strong Note

Julie Riedel April 26, 2016

Fortunately, the semester is over halfway done, which means it is time to prepare for the madness that entails with the end of the semester. Final projects are being introduced and before we know it, final...

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What to Wear for Test Day

Julie Riedel April 4, 2016

It’s test day, and you’ve stayed up late for the last three nights studying. You wake up exhausted, but you get an extra large coffee prepared to take your test. As you walk into class, you notice...

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How Moms Can Influence Personal Style

How Moms Can Influence Personal Style

Julie Riedel March 29, 2016

Mom Knows Best For many, a mom is our biggest fan, our support system and our biggest critic. It may not be Mother’s Day, but let’s take a second to imagine where we would be without our special person. When...

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A Lasting Impression From the 1920s

A Lasting Impression From the 1920s

Julie Riedel March 29, 2016

The Kent State fashion museum currently has a glamorous display of 1920s clothing. Maybe it’s fashion designers like Coco Chanel, or maybe it’s the stories of speakeasies and flappers that create the...

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