Monthly Archives: January 2015

Do Your “Vest”: Five Ways to Rock this Winter Style

By: Christiana Sallard, Blogger During the winter season, it can be really hard to compose an outfit that’s both warm and fashionable. One alternative to the typical winter outerwear is the winter vest, which can easily be layered over almost any piece of clothing, and adds a fun and unique flair that can complete that […] Continue reading

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The Five Most Anticipated Albums of 2015

By: Kasey McIntyre, Blogger Coldplay’s seventh and final album, A Head Full of Dreams, is set to come out sometime in 2015. They will follow the release with a tour to support the album. Chris described the band’s final project in an interview with According to Martin, “the way we look at it, it’s […] Continue reading

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How To Layer Sweaters With Jackets

By: Kayla Davies, Blogger Winter is officially here, which means wearing layers beyond layers! It can be rather difficult to dress nice in cold weather because of the intimidating winds, snow and ice. Here are some tips for layering sweaters with jackets to keep a sleek look while still dodging the effects of inclement weather. […] Continue reading

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Blurred Lines: Gym Wear to Street Wear

By: Isabella Siravo, Blogger People are becoming more health-conscious and hitting the gym—fashionistas included. Designers are catering to this audience by creating clothing that can transition from working out to running errands. There are different hoodies, compression pants, shorts, tees and accessories that will add a chic vibe to any gym outfit. Any of the […] Continue reading

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The Five Most Highly Anticipated Movies of 2015

By: Corinne Justus, Blogger Lately, there has been a lull in Hollywood as far as movies are concerned. Judging by these upcoming titles, 2015 is bound to be an exciting year. Here are the five movies that I am anticipating the most. 1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – December 18  The sequel to the […] Continue reading

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PhilaU’s fashion program features student accolades, immersion in New York fashion industry

Philadelphia University now proudly boasts 9 nationally and internationally ranked programs.  Our students’ and faculty’s commitment to innovation has increased the visibility and prestige of these programs and helped make PhilaU a competitor among elite schools.  The programs are: fashion …

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PhilaU Wins CASE Award for “Single Bullet” Media Campaign

Philadelphia University’s media relations effort for the inaugural exhibit of the Arlen Specter Center for Public Service, “Single Bullet: Arlen Specter and the Warren Commission Investigation of the JFK Assassination,” has been awarded a bronze CASE DII Accolades Award. “This …

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Industrial Design Student App Impresses Local Start-Up Community

You may have seen industrial design junior Kyle Thorpe careening around campus on his red Rocketskates. He found the battery pack-powered skates on crowdfunding website Kickstarter and decided to give them a try. Testing new products and supporting fellow entrepreneurs …

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Look Board: Super Bowl Party

By: Nia Wilson, Staff Writer We all know it’s about that time for the Super Bowl 2015, but there’s always that one issue: What do I wear? This time instead of reaching for the usual fitted cap and jersey,  venture out! Below are few suggestions to get you started with looks inspired by the NFC […] Continue reading

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Shopping for a Purpose: Building a Sustainable Wardrobe

By: Olivia Brown, Blogger This may be a relevant topic due to its correlation with the media-conjured subculture pinned as “normcore” in the previous year of 2014 or it may be relevant simply because of the increasingly tight college budgets we have been adapted to, forcing us to shop much more modestly. If we drop […] Continue reading

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