The Ursuline ~ St. John College Alumnae Association recently held its reunion celebration, where two outstanding alumnae – Jane Soposky ’74 SJ and Sheryl Williams Zellner ’97 – were honored for their dedication to the College, service to the community and career achievements.
Ursuline~St. John College Alumnae Assocation honors two outstanding alumnae for service and dedication
Ursuline College’s senior student fashion designers take their original creations to the runway at the annual Innovations ’14 fashion show Sunday, April 27, 11:30 AM – 2 PM at Executive Caterers Landerhaven.
“I don’t have to tell fashion students to love their work, they already do.That is the key to success, both financially and professionally. And that’s how I know our students will be successful,” said Connie Korosec Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the Fashion Department.
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This Sunday is the 86th Annual Academy Awards, hosted by the always hilarious, Ellen Degeneres. We are talking nominees – who we think should win, because who really cares who actually wins, right? We know it’s up to the academy!
Have you made your New Years resolution yet? With my fashion major, my goal is to help people look and feel beautiful inside and out. Here are some easy to follow New Years resolutions you’ll want to continue!
1.) Be humble: When someone asks you for help, don’t forget to compliment them on their strengths to build their confidence. Make your friend feel like an expert and have them show you how to do something that they’re good at!
2.) Be confident: Your style always makes the first impression! Show your confidence during your next presentation or job interview by dressing up.
3.) Chase away a bad day and boost your confidence by putting on makeup or getting your makeup done if it’s not something you usually do–and trust me it makes a huge difference! Sometimes the all-nighters spent in the apparel lab, or the end-of-the-semester late night study sessions can really take their toll. So when you can’t quite cover up the dark under-eye circles, let a professional do it! This occasional splurge will help you get back to feeling your best.
4.) Don’t keep stress or anxiety bottled up for the entire semester. We are lucky enough to have an on-campus psychologist covered in our tuition and Dr. Anita is such an amazing resource for students to have, and I could not be more thankful that she is always there to listen!
5.) Look for ways to channel your negativity. Do something fun, challenging, or creative. Invest your energy into something that will be rewarding when it’s finished.
6.) Find the beauty in the world. Beauty is all around us in the world, you just have to look for it. Feel inspired by nature and our beautiful surroundings on campus.
9.) Meet people who can help you in the future. It’s never too late to begin networking! Look for networking events to attend and you’ll never know who you’ll meet or what amazing opportunities will come out of the experience.
8.) Do something for others: Fashion Focus is just one of many student clubs which has many volunteer opportunities. If you need to get rid of old clothes, keep organizations like “Share What You Wear” in mind!
We have six days until the New Year! Let’s start it off right by really making the last days of 2013 count! Today: Try Something New!