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Magazine of the Week

Hi, everybody! This week’s magazine is an oldie but a goodie! Before Amy Shumer, Tina Fey,  or Margaret Cho, before Bust, and “Sex and the City”, there was Helen Gurley Brown, who was single and loved it.  She wasn’t the … Continue reading

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Dior: From New Look to New Talent

Welcome to our new series about venerable design houses and the changes brought by new designers.  This is the brainchild of the wonderful Shannen Lindsey, one of our students. The big couture houses, we hope, will survive profitably for far … Continue reading

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Needles in the Stacks: a cinch to stitch

Welcome back to our regular review of sewing how-to books here in the library.  Sorry about the delay, but you all know what the beginning of the semester is like!  Denise Ingram and I both work in the Periodicals and … Continue reading

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