Festival of the Arts celebrates creative students

Acting, singing, painting and more on campus next week

Friday, November 9th, 2007

Festival of the Arts

If you heard the acoustic performances in the University Community Centre Atrium this week, then you’ve only had a taste of what’s to come during next week’s Festival of the Arts.

The student performances in the Atrium were an effort to promote the University Students’ Council Festival of the Arts. (read more)

The evolution of South Park

Friday, November 9th, 2007

South Park

In August of 1997, the world was introduced to four elementary school boys who lived in the small, backward mountain town of South Park, Colorado.

South Park is the brainchild of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who met while studying at the University of Colorado. (read more)

High fashion goes democratic

Big-name designers release more accessible lines

Friday, November 9th, 2007

Stella McCartney for Target

The most intriguing movement in the fashion world is the recent shift towards so-called “democratic style.”

With the rise of popular chains such as H&M and Forever 21, trends from the runway have become accessible to everyone " regardless of budget. (read more)

Style Watch

Friday, November 9th, 2007

Steffi Boyce

Name: Steffi Boyce
Program: Biochemistry
Year: Second
Where she was spotted: Outside Kresge Building near Natural Science

After we chased down the iPod-wearing, quirky fashionista, Steffi Boyce described her style as vintage European. (read more)

Wearing the world on your heart—and your T-shirt

Friday, November 9th, 2007

Combine social activism with fashion and you have the Joy T-shirt Project, an ethical T-shirt company that takes the concept of “wearing your heart on your sleeve” literally.

Inspired by his passion to unite individuals in an innovative way, social entrepreneur and Joy T-shirt Project creator, Jeff Woodrow, encouraged people to tackle issues of racism and discrimination on a global scale. (read more)


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