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By:  Crystal Walton

Life as a Key Holder at the store Crocs can be very easy and very difficult at the same time.  Some people think that your only job responsibility is opening and closing the store, but it is so much more work than that. As a Key Holder, you’re considered a part of your store “team lead”, and you can become the Manager On Duty (MOD).

There are a variety of responsibilities such as ...Learn More

Don’t wait to buy your ticket to the Fashion Design Program’s 5th Annual Fashion Show, ‘Fashion Expressions’ this Saturday, April 30th, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the Inscape Theater!

Tickets are going quickly!

They can be purchased for $10.00 each (Cash Only) at the “Rock”

If you're interested in learning more, check out the press release about Fashion Design's Annual Student Fashion Show, ‘Fashion Expressions’.



By: Ayanna Belle

I am currently a fashion merchandising senior at Stevenson University.  I grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, and my mother is a wedding and event planner. I have had the pleasure to intern this semester with a wedding and design firm named Blissful Blessings Events of Bowie, Maryland which was right up my alley. This internship has been very memorable and rewarding. Each week, I attended an event or sat behind the desk going over set objectives given to me in order to prepare for an upcoming event. My favorite part of the internship was attending the Wedding Wire World Convention in Washington D.C. I was able to meet many wedding planners and vendors. I met Monte from “Say Yes To The Dress”.   Monte shared a quick laugh with me and even a selfie on my way out (see picture). I was also very involved with marketing the business to keep Blissful Blessings thriving.   I loved spending the weekends at David’s Bridal creating mock reception tables and handing out business cards to future brides. The event was always successful because we did bouquet giveaways that we actually put together and gave away little incentives to market the future brides. This internship experience was one to remember and taught me more planning skills than I could ever have imagined. 


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