This High School Senior Found A Way To Honor Students Killed By Gun Violence At Her Graduation

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Pratt Students Help Honor Pyer Moss’ Kerby Jean-Raymond at Annual Fashion Show

NEW YORK — Pratt showcased the work of 17 designers Thursday night at Spring Studios, and honored Pyer Moss’ Kerby Jean-Raymond with the Pratt Fashion Visionary Award.
In an interview Friday, Moss said he hoped students would remember that “the process is supposed to be long and intense, and if they stay the course they will eventually reach the goal and the purpose that was assigned to them by the universe. As artists, we go through the ebbs and flows and sometimes we don’t survive them. I just want them to know that at some point it does get better.”
Jean-Raymond received the award from his mentor Dapper Dan, who can appreciate that sentiment. Over the past four years, the two men have had many conversations and “Sunday talks,” Jean-Raymond said, adding that Dan has always been someone who he could count on pre-Gucci. “We navigated through different fashion industries, but at the end, we ended up in the same place,” Jean-Raymond said.
In addition to researching his next collection for his show in September, the designer said he is working on a signature shoe for Reebok. With his contract with Reebok scheduled to run out this year, the designer said he is

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From Digital Design to Upcycling: Meet the Students Pushing for More Sustainability in Fashion

Amber Slooten, Amsterdam Fashion Institute (Netherlands)
Amber Slooten graduated from AMFI in 2016 with a minor in Hypercraft, the school’s virtual design section, which was launched 10 years ago. During a gap year spent at MediaLab, a division of the Amsterdam University of Applied Science, she discovered a virtual design software named CLO3D: alongside game designers, interior designers and fashion branders, Slooten created a virtual reality fashion show named SecondSight, to be watched on mobile phones using 3-D glasses.
The project lead her to reconsider her design practice at AMFI. “We were creating so many clothes, I was forever dragging all these different collections on my bike for each project, and when the project was over they would just sit in my closet,” remembered Slooten. The student pushed her teachers to allow her to present an entirely digital graduate collection, projected via holographic layers onto a dancer, and ended up teaching a course helping students to use the CLO3D software. Since Slooten’s digital project, a number of other students were able to graduate without producing a physical collection of clothes, effectively changing the fashion school’s assessment methods.

Amber Slooten’s graduate collection at AMFI was presented in holographic form. 
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Filmmaking by Students for Students – Matthew Shimura

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Matthew Shimura

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Publish Date: September 1, 2014

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How-to manual by a student filmmaker, for other students who want to learn how to make movies.  Especially helpful for non-fiction projects and class assignments when a movie is required.

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Dead USC Student’s Mother Sues Fraternity, Claims Hazing Accident Led to Suicide

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Arabesque 2018 – LHS Students

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Arabesque 2018

LHS Students

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Publish Date: June 5, 2018

Publisher: Littlestown Senior High School

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Arabesque is the annual art and literature magazine published by the students of Littlestown Senior High School.  Student submissions are solicited from all enrolled students for possible inclusion.  Littlestown High School enrolls approximately 600 students and is located in south central Pennsylvania.  The art and literary works in this magazine were produced by current students.  We hope you enjoy!

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Hugo Boss Awards Parsons Students in Circular Systems, Strategy Course With Prizes

YOU’RE THE BOSS: Students at Parsons School of Design at The New School in New York have been honing their sustainable fashion design and innovation skills with the help of Hugo Boss.
The partners tested the waters with a workshop last year. To encourage exchange between different disciplines, the project was open to students in various areas of the school from fashion design to business. At Wednesday night’s graduate exhibit opening at the New York school, Hugo Boss announced the winners of its Circular Systems and Strategy course. Twenty students participated in the 16-week program, which is part of the company’s partnership with Parsons.
The $ 12,000 first prize, Boss One, was awarded to Annabella Waszkiewicz, Gwyneth Ong and Jose Luis Cabrera. The $ 6,000 second-place Boss Skeleton went to Elijah Devries, Camilla Hopkinson, Irene Lu, Alex O´Brien and Lara Tang. The $ 3,000 Boss Mention was given to Chenyu Wang, Haoyu Chen and Monika Mikhail. Their concepts will be displayed in one of the Boss stores in New York this year. All participants will have the opportunity to extend their work experience with the global fashion group. Hugo Boss’ former artistic director of women’s wear Jason Wu attended Parsons. 
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Sunny Rodgers Brings Sexual Wellness, Pipedream to Students in L.A., N.Y.

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A History of Art for Beginners and Students – Clara Erskine Clement Waters

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A History of Art for Beginners and Students

Painting, Sculpture, Architecture

Clara Erskine Clement Waters

Genre: Art & Architecture

Publish Date: December 31, 1915

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


This is an ancient history of art The buildings and the ruins which still remain from these ancient times are in Egypt, Assyria, Persia, Judea, Asia Minor, Greece, Etruria, and Rome. Many of these have been excavated or uncovered, as, during the ages that have passed since their erection, they had been buried away from sight by the accumulation of earth about them.

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Teen Stands Up To School For Shaming Students Who Break Dress Code

When Lydia Cleveland started seeing young women at her school being shamed for their clothes, she decided to speak out. 

According to the 17-year-old senior at James River High School in Midlothian, Virginia, the enforcement of dress code at her school is unbalanced and targets the young women more often than the young men.

Cleveland told The Huffington Post she has seen many girls at her school wearing a sweatshirt or sweatpants with the words “dress code” written on them if their clothes do not adhere to the dress code, which prohibits see-through clothing, backless blouses, sagging pants and other clothing. The teen said she hand-delivered a letter to her school’s administration on Sept. 18, in which she requested a clearer dress code, equal enforcement and a replacement for the sweatsuit.

Cleveland told HuffPost that students can either sit in detention or wear the sweatsuit if their parents are unavailable to bring them a change of clothes. She sees the second option as a tactic to shame students and finds the punishment “incredibly unreasonable.”

“If we think shaming someone is OK, how long before they bring back a dunce cap or something because this is basically what that is,” she said.

According to Yahoo Parenting, a PowerPoint presentation that all James River High School students received about dress code violations featured nine photos of examples of what girls could and could not wear and two photos of what boys could and could not wear. Cleveland told HuffPost she met with her school district a few weeks ago to discuss the dress code’s inconsistency and alternatives for the sweatsuit. She also has a meeting with her principal and school administration planned for Oct. 7.

Though Cleveland has received feedback from people claiming she simply wants to get rid of the dress code, she said she does recognize the need for it. She explained that she thinks plain sweatpants would be “more than enough” and would factor out the shaming element. She told HuffPost the county claims the words “dress code” are written on the clothes because students were not returning them before, though Cleveland finds that to be a “lame excuse.” 

The high school senior also explained that the way her school’s dress code is enforced speaks to a bigger conflict.

“The fact that they’re just enforcing the dress code so fiercely against young women is telling them that their education comes second to the education of boys at my school,” she said. “Whether they mean to send that message or not, that’s part of the message they’re sending.”

As for the message it sends to the young men at her school, Cleveland told HuffPost it contributes to a major problem in our society today.

“And I think to young men, it’s sending the message that young women and their bodies are distracting and that you can’t help but be distracted,” she said. “It’s not your fault, it’s their responsibility to cover up. And I think to an extent that’s promoting rape culture and victim blaming in our society.”

The Huffington Post has reached out to Chesterfield County Public Schools for comment. We will update this story if we hear back.  


 
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John Oliver’s Guide To Everything Students Need To Know

In many parts of the country, the conclusion of Labor Day weekend marks the start of the school year, and while “Last Week Tonight” was off for the holiday, host John Oliver recorded a video that has everything students really need to know

Sort of. 

In the four-minute YouTube clip, Oliver shares a bit of wisdom for each of the major subjects taught in school (and he tries to do it without swearing… but doesn’t quite succeed).  

For American history: “Google ‘Warren G. Harding penis named Jerry’ right now,” Oliver advises, referring to the 29th president. “And you will not be disappointed.”

Oliver also touches on world history, especially the European explorers and colonists. 

“Now, as adults, you will realize that these men were basically genocidal lunatics,” he says. “But for now, enjoy thinking of them as thrilling adventurers and discoverers.” 

Oliver manages to get around to math, biology, chemistry and English as well — all within those four minutes — and even has a “Guide To Who Dies At The End” for many of the books students will be assigned to read for class. 

Check it out in the clip above. 

 

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John Oliver’s Guide To Everything Students Need To Know

In many parts of the country, the conclusion of Labor Day weekend marks the start of the school year, and while “Last Week Tonight” was off for the holiday, host John Oliver recorded a video that has everything students really need to know

Sort of. 

In the four-minute YouTube clip, Oliver shares a bit of wisdom for each of the major subjects taught in school (and he tries to do it without swearing… but doesn’t quite succeed).  

For American history: “Google ‘Warren G. Harding penis named Jerry’ right now,” Oliver advises, referring to the 29th president. “And you will not be disappointed.”

Oliver also touches on world history, especially the European explorers and colonists. 

“Now, as adults, you will realize that these men were basically genocidal lunatics,” he says. “But for now, enjoy thinking of them as thrilling adventurers and discoverers.” 

Oliver manages to get around to math, biology, chemistry and English as well — all within those four minutes — and even has a “Guide To Who Dies At The End” for many of the books students will be assigned to read for class. 

Check it out in the clip above. 

 

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News in Brief: New Statewide Education Standards Require Teachers To Forever Change Lives Of 30% Of Students

SPRINGFIELD, IL—In an effort to hold classroom instructors more accountable, the Illinois State Board of Education unveiled new statewide education standards Friday that require public school teachers to forever change the lives of at least 30 percent of their students. “Under our updated educator evaluation policy, teachers must make an unforgettable, lifelong impact on at least three of every 10 students and instill a love of learning in them that lasts the rest of their lives,” said chairman James Meeks, adding that based on the annual assessments, if 30 percent of students don’t recall a particular teacher’s name when asked to identify the most influential and inspiring person in their lives, that instructor would be promptly dismissed. “We are imposing these standards to make certain that a significant proportion of students in any given classroom can someday look back and say, ‘That teacher changed the course of …



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Few School Districts Have Anti-Bullying Policies Protecting LGBT Students

A majority of American school districts have no policies protecting LGBT students from bullying, according to a report released Wednesday.

Nearly 30 percent of school districts have no official anti-bullying policy, according to the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, which surveyed more than 13,000 school districts. Of the 70 percent of school districts that do have anti-bullying policies, fewer than half explicitly outline protections for students who get bullied because of their sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation. Only about 14 percent of districts have protections based on gender identity or expression.

America’s LGBT community has made historic strides in recent weeks. In late June, the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage nationwide, using the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause to support the ruling. In early July, the U.S. Department of Justice sided with a transgender teen suing his school district because it will not let him use the boys restroom.

Still, the report found that many school districts fail to comply with state laws requiring anti-bullying codes, while others go beyond what their states mandate.

The report “illustrates the gap that can emerge between the intentions of a law and the actual implementation –- arguably the most critical component of the passage of any law,” said Eliza Byard, Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network executive director, in a press release. “There remain far too many school districts that have failed to institute policy protections, even in states which require them by law. As a result, these schools continue to fail our students.”

The organization analyzed the anti-bullying policies of every school district from 2008 to 2011.

The map below shows which states are most likely to have school districts with any anti-bullying policy. The graph shows which states have school districts with the most inclusive anti-bullying policies.

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network’s annual school climate survey, which asks LGBT youth about their experiences in school, shows that “students who believe that their schools have LGBT-inclusive policies experience better school climates,” the report says.

The group’s most recent school climate report from the 2012-2013 school year found that of the 8,000 students surveyed, more than 55 percent reported feeling unsafe at school due to their sexual orientation.

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This Student’s Contribution To Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Collar Collection Did Not Go Unnoticed

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, noted lover of theater and the arts, clearly appreciates the finer things in life.

So it’s no surprise to hear that the Notorious R.B.G. took the time to write a thank-you note to Sahra Harvin after receiving a handmade lace collar tatted by the college student over the course of four months.

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A collar made for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by student Sahra Harvin. (Photo courtesy of Harvin)

Harvin has been tatting — the art of making certain types of lace — since July 2014, she told The Huffington Post on Friday.

“I took a class and was instantly hooked,” she said.

After making a collar for a friend with a literary blog who dresses up as characters from Victorian novels, Harvin decided to create a collar for Ginsburg, inspired by the Notorious R.B.G. meme.

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Sahra Harvin modeling the collar she tatted for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Photo courtesy of Harvin)

“The thing about tatting is that most of the projects aren’t particularly useful. Nobody needs a million doilies, but they’re nevertheless fun to make. And projects are always more fun when you’re making something for another person,” Harvin said.

She realized Ginsburg was one person who might regularly wear a handmade lace collar.

“I thought, ‘Hey! Ruth Bader Ginsburg is always wearing a lace collar over her robes! Maybe she’d like one!'” Harvin said. “As a feminist, I’ve always been inspired by her, and I think we are so lucky to have such an brilliant, progressive woman on the Supreme Court advocating for our rights.”

Harvin sent Ginsburg the collar without expecting any response. She said she was shocked when a handwritten note of thanks appeared in her mailbox.

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The thank-you note from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Photo courtesy of Harvin)

Harvin had worried the collar wouldn’t even reach Ginsburg.

“I actually considered not sending it, because I was worried months of work would get thrown away by a staffer who didn’t realize what it was,” Harvin said. “It’s incredible to me that she took the time to write a handwritten thank-you note. It’s just so special and gracious.”

The student said she hopes the note of thanks, an image of which she posted to Reddit, will catch the eye of potential tatters and inspire more people to learn the art.

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News in Brief: Online University Allows Students To Amass Crippling Debt At Own Pace

SAN DIEGO—Touting its wide range of financially ruinous academic programs that can be tailored to meet anyone’s scheduling needs, officials at Enterprise College announced Monday that the online institution is committed to letting students amass a crippling amount of debt at their own individual pace. “Even if you work full-time and are busy raising a family, Enterprise College’s flexible courses make it easy to get back to school and take out enough student loans to completely devastate your personal finances for years to come,” said spokesperson Kerri Williams, describing how the for-profit college accommodates those who prefer to rack up their overwhelming debt a few thousand dollars at a time as well as those who would rather just plunge $ 30,000 into the red in two short years. “At Enterprise College, you can take as long as you need to acquire your impossible-to-shoulder burden, and with more …



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Renzo Rosso Counsels Fashion Students

MILAN — “Believe in yourself and try to focus on your strengths and on what you are good at,” OTB founder Renzo Rosso counseled fashion students who flocked to the theater in Milan’s Triennale Design Museum on Thursday night as part of the first Milano Moda Graduate event organized by the Italian Fashion Chamber.
Camera Nazionale della Moda president, Costume National chief executive officer Carlo Capasa, fashion designer Marco de Vincenzo and Nowfashion editor in chief Jessica Michault also took part in the roundtable discussion.
Milano Moda Graduate is a one-day event promoting and celebrating the works of graduates from a range of Italian fashion schools, including Accademia della Moda, Accademia delle Belle Arti di Brera, Accademia Euromediterranea, Accademia Galli, AFOL Moda, Ars Sutoria, Domus Academy, IED Moda, Istituto di Moda Burgo, Istituto Marangoni, Istituto Modartech, Istituto Secoli, NABA Nuova Accademia Belle Arti and Politecnico di Milano.
“Young people have virgin blood, they haven’t been contaminated yet. They feel what the others cannot feel,” continued Rosso, advising them to create customized résumés to send to the companies in which they are interested. “Go into their stores, check products and show companies your own personal vision of their brands. Whoever gets a curriculum vitae like that

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Utah Valley University Designs ‘Texting Lane’ For Students

While less deadly than texting drivers, texting walkers are now getting their own public intervention. Utah Valley University unveiled a “texting lane” June 7 with the hopes of calling the attention of phone-absorbed students.

As students head to the new Student Life and Wellness Center at the Orem, Utah, institution, they will be diverted into one of three lanes, labeled “walk,” “run” and -– in keeping with the times -– “text.” The lanes themselves make up a track that imitates the athletic facilities within the complex.

The school’s creative director, Matt Bambrough, designed the graphic mostly to draw students’ attention.

“This design was intended to be visual first and functional second,” Bambrough told The Huffington Post. “In our research, the most successful environmental graphics… match that formula.”

“This graphic is obviously more aesthetic than functional,” he said in a press release, adding, “we’ve noticed that most texters aren’t actually following the posted lanes.”

The reality is that texting while walking can have legitimate harmful effects. Each year thousands of pedestrians end up in the emergency room due to walking and texting injuries -– a number that increased fivefold between 2005 and 2010, as cell-phone usage surged. More than half of all cell phone owners have experienced “distracted walking” — bumping into something or someone — according to a recent Pew Study.

Despite the dangers of looking down, Bambrough insists that the lane better serves the purpose of making students look up.

“This was certainly done in a way that was meant to be fun and not to be a directive of the university,” Bambrough explained. “We have 18- to 24-year-olds walking on campus glued to their smartphones, it’s the nature of the world we live in.”

Utah Valley may be a “text lane” pioneer on campus, but the the concept has been appropriated for publicity stunts on sidewalks all over the world, from Belgium to China to Washington, D.C.

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Music Production For Students – Jonathan Hughes

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Music Production For Students

Jonathan Hughes

Genre: Music

Publish Date: August 19, 2013

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Music Production for Students: An interactive handbook designed to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to setup and operate a recording studio, with guidance through the elements of the Music Production Process.

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A History of Art for Beginners and Students – Clara Erskine Clement Waters

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A History of Art for Beginners and Students

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Clara Erskine Clement Waters

Genre: Art & Architecture

Publish Date: January 1, 1916

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


This is an ancient history of art The buildings and the ruins which still remain from these ancient times are in Egypt, Assyria, Persia, Judea, Asia Minor, Greece, Etruria, and Rome. Many of these have been excavated or uncovered, as, during the ages that have passed since their erection, they had been buried away from sight by the accumulation of earth about them.

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Kanye West — Gives Graduating Fashion Students a Reality Check (VIDEO)

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Liberty & Justice Launching Uniform to Dress Students in Liberia

Liberty & Justice, Africa’s first fair trade apparel maker, is launching Uniform, a T-shirt label that will donate one school uniform to a child in Liberia for every T-shirt the company sells.
L&J founder and chief executive officer Chid Liberty was born in Liberia but grew up in Germany, where his foreign diplomat father was based in Bonn. After falling out with the then-Liberian president Samuel Doe, the elder Liberty fled to the U.S., living first in Palo Alto and then in Milwaukee, Chid Liberty said Thursday. Inspired in part by Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s 2006 election win, Liberty returned to Liberia for the first time in decades and decided to try to help further change. In 2010, he opened the Liberty & Justice factory, manufacturing for such labels as Prana and Lauren Bush’s FEED brand. The facility now employs 300 workers who share 49 percent equity. Ninety-five percent of the team are working mothers.
Trying to build on that bedrock, Uniform’s Liberian-made T-shirts will be sold for 45 days on Kickstarter starting June 2. Through a partnership with the United Nations and Liberia’s Ministry of Education, the company’s initial goal of raising $ 50,000 would provide 2,000 uniforms to students in

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American Voices: Middle School Teacher Arrested For Allowing Students To Have Sex In Classroom

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Robert De Niro Tells Graduating Art Students: ‘You’re F***ed’

“You made it,” actor Robert De Niro told New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts graduates on Friday. “And you’re f***ed.”

The reality check to aspiring actors, dancers and others with creative degrees in the opening lines of De Niro’s commencement speech received an uproarious applause.

“The graduates in accounting? They all have jobs,” the legendary actor continued. “Where does that leave you? Envious of those accountants? I doubt it. They had a choice. Maybe they were passionate about accounting but I think it’s more likely that they used reason and logic and common sense to reach for a career that could give them the expectation of success and stability. Reason, logic, common sense at the Tisch School of Arts? Are you kidding me? But you didn’t have that choice, did you? You discovered a talent, developed an ambition and recognized your passion.”

That aversion to practical thinking, he told students, is what will make them successful.

“When it comes to the arts, passion should always trump common sense,” De Niro told the new alums. “You aren’t just following dreams, you’re reaching for your destiny. You’re a dancer, a singer, a choreographer, a musician, a filmmaker, a writer, a photographer, a director, a producer, an actor, an artist. Yeah, you’re f***ed. The good news is that that’s not a bad place to start.”

De Niro, a two-time Oscar winner, warned students to expect rejection and to not take it personally, like when he jokingly found out he couldn’t play Martin Luther King Jr. in “Selma.”

In the end, he sounded confident that the Tisch graduates will get their big breaks.

“I’m here to hand out my pictures and resumes to the directing and producing graduates.”

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Councilman Calls On Baltimore Rappers To Inspire Students

City Councilman Nick J. Mosby visited several high schools Friday to connect teens with a group of people he knew would get their attention: Baltimore-bred rappers.

The councilman — whose West Baltimore district was the center of the unrest that followed the death of Freddie Gray — enlisted Young Moose, Lor Scoota, Chino and others to talk to the students about their dreams and journeys, and provide their advice.

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George Mason University Students Use Sound To Stop Fires [VIDEO]

A pair of seniors at George Mason University in Virginia have invented a device that uses various levels of sound frequencies to extinguish flames. In other words, these guys are aiming booming bass directly at fires to put them out.

Viet Tran and Seth Robertson, both who are graduating from GMU’s Computer Electrical Engineering program this coming may, unveiled a video back in February via the school’s YouTube account. The students explain how the device, which looks a lot like Megatron’s arm-gun, is aimed to essentially break apart the blaze and end it.

Now having gone viral with well over 2 million views, Tran and Robertson are science rock stars at the moment, even though their device isn’t quite ready for prime time yet. A local Washington area outlet spoke with the gentlemen, and it appears the rest of the nation is catching up with them as well.

Tran and Robertson’s device, which has the working name of the “wave extinguisher,” was examined on the N4GM website and gives a bit more detail about the ambitious aims the students have for the sound extinguisher.

From N4GM:

Their new fire-fighting solution works with sound waves, to speak English, by pushing low frequency sound waves “30 to 60 hertz range” to the flames you can separate the oxygen from the fuel. The fire has a triangle of needs: Heat, Fuel and Oxygen. And simply by taking any of these needs away, you can put out the fire. What wave sound does to this triangle is to bring air (Oxygen) back and forth which keeps the air away from fire but in molecule levels. The fire will act like a cat going after a laser pointer light and that is all it takes to cut off the oxygen from the fire.

But the inventors have even more dreams for their new flagship, Washington post reports: “Robertson and Tran envision their technology being used to put out fires in homes — and in the wild. If properly scaled, sound-wave extinguishers would eliminate the need to douse forests in chemicals or waste untold gallons of water”. But that’s still a long way away.

Tran and Robertson’s have filed a preliminary patent application for the wave extinguisher. And how’s this for ingenuity: the device only cost them $ 600 bucks to make. Can we say “ching-ching” in the coming years should they clear the patent hurdle?

Watch the video from George Mason University students Viet Tran and Seth Roberston below. Hit the following page to see WUSA-9’s report from last week.

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This Is What Happens When Art Students Recreate Famous Nude Masterpieces (NSFW)

“Nudes are hot right now,” photographer Matthew Leifheitr mused in an email exchange with HuffPost. Leifheitr has many titles, among them VICE photo editor and editor-in-chief of MATTE Magazine. Recently, he’s taken on a faculty position at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, a role that’s allowed him to better explore the beautiful and nefarious world of naked art.

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AFTER HENRI MATISSE. Photo by Noah Boskey, Erin Carr, Emma Castelbolognesi, Crystelle Colucci, Alberto Inamagua, and Allison Schaller.

The fruits of his labor are currently on view at SVA, in a pop-up exhibition titled “Artsy Nudes.” For the project, he gave his participating students a simple prompt: choose any nude work of art from all of art history and recreate it. From Henri Matisse’s “The Dance” to Diego Velázquez’s “Rokeby Venus” to Marcel Duchamp’s “Nude Descending a Staircase,” the appropriations breathed life into nude standards many hold near and dear to their hearts.

Some images appear remarkably similar to their historical antecedents, others take liberties to create a new photograph from an old painting. “I think reverse-engineering successful images to find out how they were made is a useful thing to be able to do,” Leifheitr explained. “My students are sophomores in art school, and I’d like them to be able to look at an image they like, be able to guess how it was made, and apply that knowledge to their own subject matter.”

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AFTER MARCEL DUCHAMP. Photo by Anthony Costa, Jessica Frankl, Mikaela Keen Lumongsod, Frankie Mule, Gabrielia Priyma, Balazs Sebok, and Valeriya Vaynerman.

Leifheitr himself is no stranger to reconfiguring famous images. For example, he recently restaged a photo of Rudolph Nureyev taken by Richard Avedon, replacing the late dance icon with gay pornography giant Michael Lucas. He also photographed the contents of David Wojnarowicz’s “Magic Box” at NYU Fales Library, turning the results into a deck of oversized playing cards.

“I think there was something to be understood about the impossibility of true plagiarism in photography,” he wrote on VICE. “When I was in art school I remember becoming discouraged, believing any worthwhile image had already been made. The goal of this assignment was to teach that even if you try very hard to remake someone else’s work, your photographs can only be your own.”

“I’m interested in the stuff dead artists leave behind, and how those kind of archives can be reanimated or collaborated with,” he added over email.

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AFTER DIEGO VELÁZQUEZ. Photo by Ebb Bayarsaikhan, Hannah Hurley, and Hayley Stephon; painting by Jake Kaplan.

“Artsy Nudes” is on its final leg at SVA (the show closes this weekend), though VICE fans can look forward to a 10-page spread of the works in this month’s magazine. You might have missed the show’s opening, which featured classical musicians performing in the nude, but it’s probably not the last figurative nude art show we’ll write about this year. Leifheitr cited Art F City founder Paddy Johnson in our e-conversation: “The figure is back.” Make that, the naked figure.

Before we ended our chat, we aksed Leifheitr about his show’s connection to the ever-present world of pornography, since he’s rubbed elbows with the industry before. “In my personal opinion, the line between porn and art is slippery, and ultimately unimportant,” he concluded. “It’s very dependent on context — if you’re in the office bathroom looking at the Matisse recreation my students made, and art historical pastiche makes you hot, I guess it might be porn in that context. If you’re in the gallery, it just looks like art.”

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New York City mayor Bill de Blasio officially added two Muslim holy days, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, to the public school calendar, making it the nation’s largest school district to close schools in observance of Muslim sacred days.




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The interim dean of Columbia Law School announced that students who reported being traumatized or disturbed by the American legal system after the non-indictments of officers Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo will be permitted to delay their final exams.




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The Traditions That Got College Students Through Finals This Semester

Finals bring out the frenzied college student in everyone, but luckily many schools have stress-busting traditions to help get students through. This past month, students across the nation streaked, midnight breakfast’ed, jammed and screamed their way through finals.

See the finals traditions that help college students relax.

Cram Jam

Schools threw “cram jams” with fun activities, treats and dances.

Merrimack College’s Cram Jam was a winter wonderland with crafts, french toast sticks and a mini bowling alley.

Happy Cram Jam! #cramjam #finals #breakfast #holidayspirit #macksnap #merrimack #merrimackcollege

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The University of Hawaii had yoga, zumba, massages, pet therapy and comedy on top of snacks, drinks and a midnight breakfast at their Cram Jam over four days.

Late night snacks courtesy of UH 🙂 #freestuff #finalsweek #cramjam #UniversityOfHawaii

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Maryville University:

Miami University:

Troy University:

LeMoyne College:

Midnight Breakfast

Other colleges like to reward their late-night studiers with midnight breakfasts. At Fordham University, Father McShane — the school’s president — serves the late meal.

#MidnightBreakfast #finals

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St. Mary’s College had a Taylor Swift sing-a-long at their Midnight Breakfast.

Oi when did my dining hall turn into a club? #midnightbreakfast #finalsweek

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Chapman University’s had dance performances.

Mount Holyoke:

Rutgers University:

Babson College:

Barnard College also had their Midnight Breakfast, served by President Debora Spar, but this semester students staged a sit-in over the administration’s lack of response to the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.

Orgo Night

Across the street, Columbia University‘s semesterly tradition, Orgo Night, also faced criticism, with students calling for a boycott.

Every semester, the marching band goes into the library and does a satirical stand-up routine about events from that semester, punctuated with songs. It is frequently criticized and protested for offensiveness.

Streaking, of course

Harvard University’s biannual finals tradition was also the site of a protest this semester. Harvard’s Primal Scream is a bit of a misnomer — unlike other schools’ Primal Screams, which just feature screaming, Harvard’s Primal Scream is a naked run across campus, often aided by alcohol. Protesters attempted to have a four-and-a-half minute period of silence before the run in recognition of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, but many runners did not respect the silence.

#getnaked #primalscream #harvard @mari_mclaughlin @jake_forte10

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Ask us if we’re wearing clothes #PrimalScream

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Testudo

At the University of Maryland, students leave offerings to Testudo, the school mascot, in hopes that it will help them pass their finals.

#testudo #finalsweek

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Club Milner

Illinois State University holds Club Milner — named after their library — a 10-minute dance party, with a DJ.

10 minute dance party at #clubmilner

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Shoutout to #maxamillion for throwing down at Club Milner last night! #VibeISU #ClubMilner #ilstu

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Last, but not least, Primal Scream

And when all other stress-busters fail, just scream.

University of Southern California:

Smith College:

Columbia University:

Classic study break #primalscream #finals @alexiek @atsimbler @charlottelepic

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Santa Clara University:

Students de-stress from dead week and finals with last night’s “Primal Scream.” @asgscu #SCUFinals #primalscream

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Swarthmore College

Happy Finals Week. #midnightbreakfast #primalscream #finals #swarthmore #college #sleepdeprived #caffeine

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Let it all out.

In summary, me tomorrow. #finals #Carleton

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Students Protest Free Camel Rides On Campus

The University of St. Thomas in Minnesota planned to bring a camel to campus to celebrate “hump day,” until some students started protesting it online.

It was just supposed to be a fun event, not tied to anything besides which day of the week it was, all put on by the Residence Hall Association at the Catholic university.

For those who don’t get the connection, Wednesday is known as “hump day” for being in the middle of the week, and a camel has a hump. (Ya know, like the annoying Geico commercial.)

But after a small student protest on Facebook, the University of St. Thomas canceled the event.

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports:

The original plan was to bring the camel to the St. Paul campus May 14 and turn the quad into “a petting zoo type of atmosphere,” [RHA Adviser Aaron] Macke said. The camel, he noted, is trained for events like these and owned by a local vendor.

In fact, last December St. Thomas brought a reindeer to campus (also hired locally) for the same purpose. No protests ensued.

Macke said he’s not sure who started the Facebook page, but last week it was bristling with indignant comments. Some suggested the event was disparaging to Middle Eastern cultures, an example of animal cruelty and even environmentally unfriendly. “I think they thought the camel was coming from another part of the world,” he said, “[and] it would be bad for our carbon footprint.” Others simply objected to the cost. (Macke said the fee, about $ 500, was coming from a social event fund.)

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Some students felt using a camel, which is also associated with traveling through the desert in Africa and the Middle East, would be racially insensitive.

“I respectfully disagree,” senior Ryan Nolan told TommieMedia. “A camel does not ‘degrade or simplify’ our view of Middle Eastern culture. That would be like saying that turkeys simplify people’s view of America. People wanted to see the camel because it looks cool and because of a pop-culture reference in no way relating to Middle Eastern culture.”

As far as the animal cruelty aspect, that doesn’t hold up either, according to TommieMedia columnist Anne Gaslin:

Sure, that’s an important issue that needs attention, and it often is linked with the domestication of animals. But the camel would have been fine on campus. We’re all adults here; it’s not like any students were going to punch it in the hump. Its safety wouldn’t be jeopardized. Even though the protesters succeeded in getting the event canceled, the camel is still going to be used for this exact same kind of event, just elsewhere.

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