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Millinery Part 2

After brimmed buckram hats, we moved onto blocked felt hats. I found these images to work from:

To do this, I needed to both block and drape the hat. 854 more words

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Viewpoint: Twitter can and does break news

Just before prime nightly news hours Tuesday night, a dead body was found in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s community, and Twitter beat every local news outlet to the story. 429 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

Millinery

I was really excited about taking millinery. I have always liked hats but, due to having a larger than average head, have rarely been able to find hats that fit. 680 more words

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Exchange Part 1: Done

I’ve only just now decided to divide my exchange into three parts: 1st half of the semester, 2nd half and the month after that where I get to travel and spend all my hard-earnt money. 371 more words

Study Abroad

Freshman 15 Minutes of Fame

When I graduated high school I was a wispy, rail thin kid, weighing in at 5’11” and a whopping 120 pounds. I was a nervous wreck nearly the entirety of my final semester of high school, which kept me remarkably skinny, but even still my peak weight in high school was 135 pounds. 1,554 more words

Life

Sunday Sweet!!!

HELLO Beautiful Bees!!

I am in the middle of the craziest times of my life so far. Midterms are no joke!! But even still, there is much to celebrate this week! 286 more words

Writing

Back to School

Once I was finished with my summer of Dragons and Flying Monkeys, I headed back to my second year of grad school. Fall semester of year two includes classes in Advanced Flat Patterning, Period Patterning, Millinery, and of course Lab which is our show assignments. 472 more words

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