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Brie Larson looked super at ‘Captain Marvel’ premieres

Brie Larson looked super at ‘Captain Marvel’ premieres

Moira Macdonald

March 19, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Lifestyles

The Seattle Times (TNS) So, what do you wear to your big premiere(s) when you’re the newest Marvel superhero? Brie Larson, who stars in “Captain Marvel,” went two different routes. For the London premiere, Larson looked dramatic in a royal-blue, off-the-shoulder Valentino; voluminous, sure, but noth...

How to make your own rustic dream catcher

How to make your own rustic dream catcher

Pauline Chiungwiza

March 12, 2019


Filed under Campus, Lifestyles, Top Stories, What's Trending

Dream catchers are a very common type of room decor that teenagers, as well as anyone who likes to save a little money on decorating, is interested in. Some choose to buy them while others choose to make them. The results are usually the same. Although the one who chooses to make them on their own can...

‘Five Feet Apart’ author discusses love, life with lung disease and upcoming film

‘Five Feet Apart’ author discusses love, life with lung disease and upcoming film

Rebecca Proulx

March 12, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Lifestyles, Movies

BookTrib (TNS) “Five Feet Apart” (Simon and Schuster) is a moving YA novel that captures the hearts of readers through its fragile tale of young love while giving much-needed attention to a debilitating lung disease: cystic fibrosis. While there is no permanent cure for the disease at this time...

Thankful Thanksgiving

Thankful Thanksgiving

Austin Graves

November 27, 2018


Filed under Campus, Lifestyles, Opinion

Thanksgiving has passed, and I thought it would be a great time to tell you why I love Thanksgiving and what I am thankful for. Of course, everyone says they are thankful for their family. That is a given. It is true though, because without the support of my family I would not have the ambition to...

Northeast named one of the most affordable colleges in the country

Northeast named one of the most affordable colleges in the country

Special to the Viewpoint, Reporter

October 25, 2018


Filed under Campus, Lifestyles, Local News, Meet Northeast, National, Top Stories

SR Education Group, a leading education research publisher founded in 2004, has just unveiled their 2019 rankings on GuidetoOnlineSchools.com. The new best online colleges lists are the first to offer all-encompassing rankings of online colleges using up-to-date alumni salary data from PayScale and tu...

The college guide to keeping style in check

The college guide to keeping style in check

Pauline Chiungwiza

October 22, 2018


Filed under Campus, Lifestyles, Style/Fashion

College can be a great time to experiment and discover personal style. Most students start to fall into a rut of wearing what’s most convenient, and that version of style is usually identical to everyone else’s. This usually happens because the excitement of being in a new environment has worn off...

11-year journey ends with bachelor’s degree for 89-year-old

11-year journey ends with bachelor’s degree for 89-year-old

December 25, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles

By Scott Travis Sun Sentinel (TNS) FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Many students go back to school once they realize their job prospects are limited, but few are doing it in their 80s. Yet that’s the path charted by Betty Reilly, a great-grandmother who at 89 received a bachelor’s degree in English ...

The Trend in Sunglasses: Lighter Shades of Pale

June 30, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles, Style/Fashion

By Wendy Donahue Chicago Tribune (TNS) The sun — and new shades — are never so hotly anticipated as after a color-draining winter like this one. If you’re picking up some sunglasses to lighten your mood, pale and pastel shades are outshining brights this year. Think blush, lemon and mint from...

Project Prom: Teens Go For Classic Looks

Project Prom: Teens Go For Classic Looks

January 19, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles, Style/Fashion

MINNEAPOLIS — From ancient Grecian style all the way to the grunge of the ‘90s, fashion trends of the past are making their way back to the high school prom. Some teenagers are even digging out their parents’ old photos for inspiration and finding ways to give the looks a modern twist. “My ...

Hey,Guys, Listen Up On Grooming Tips From Kutcher, Pacino Celebrity Stylist

Hey,Guys, Listen Up On Grooming Tips From Kutcher, Pacino Celebrity Stylist

January 3, 2015


Filed under Lifestyles, Style/Fashion

BALTIMORE — We’re in the middle of No-Shave November and Movember, annual events in which men grow facial hair raise awareness of men’s health issues and cancer, so it’s the perfect time to talk about male grooming trends. Men’s grooming is having a moment, according to Vaughn Acord, a ce...

How To Create A Smoky Eye Look For The Season

How To Create A Smoky Eye Look For The Season

December 25, 2014


Filed under Lifestyles, Style/Fashion

Smoky eyes are a popular look for the season. Here’s how to create them: 1. Begin by applying an eyelid primer, this will make the eye shadow stand out and last longer. 2. Press a small piece of adhesive tape on cloth to make it less sticky. Use the tape to make a guideline from the outer edge of ...

From Casual To Glam: How To Dress For Holiday Parties

From Casual To Glam: How To Dress For Holiday Parties

December 19, 2014


Filed under Lifestyles, Style/Fashion

Holiday parties abound. There are office functions. Decked-out fundraisers. Seasonal soirees. New Year’s bashes. You get the invite. You R.S.V.P. Now comes the impossible task of decoding the dress code. Interpreting attire suggestions during the holiday season can be tricky, thanks to clever Pinterest...

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