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Written by Tatsiana Toustsik

I am still drinking the Kool-Aid of being a part of the world known as New York Fashion Week.  And I want to share how months of hard work resulted in 15 minutes of fame!...Learn More

By:  Maggie Hossler

Stevenson University is always hosting events for students, and with spring coming, there are a multitude of them. Three events on campus that I’m looking forward to are the Bull and Oyster Roast, The Shape of Things written by Neil Labute, and the Greenspring Valley Orchestra: Musical Heroes. 

The Greenspring Valley Orchestra: Musical Heroes will be at the Inscape Theater on the Greenspring Campus. It will be a journey through music featuring Beethoven’s “Eroica” symphony, and other musicians such as Wagner, Khachaturian, and John Williams. This event will be on Sunday, May 1, 2016 from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. Tickets can be purchased by calling 443-334-2433.

Please click here for the direct link to purchase your Bull and Oyster Roast: http://sualumni.ticketleap.com/bullroast/

Feel free to check out my Instagram @andreventurrr for my work!  

                                                             

Diving head first into the fashion world can be one big, scary step. As someone who has always been interested in fashion, I have dreamed of a job in New York with a big fashion house.  Fortunately, being a fashion merchandising student at Stevenson University and working in the fashion industry perfectly aligned with each other through my Sales Associate position at Coach Inc. - making that big step a bit easier.

As a Sales Associate for Coach, the experience gave me insight into the world of fashion and retail. Working closely with my Store Manager, I helped with visuals, marketing, promotions, and store paperwork. The knowledge gained in the classroom at Stevenson, as well as first hand experience working in retail, gave me more insight into the fashion industry. My course work in the fashion merchandising program helped set the foundation for the skills I needed at Coach. Starting in retail while being a full time student, I was able to have a foot in the door to where I want to end up after graduation. Coach and many other fashion corporations have internships and jobs available for in-house Associates that allow you to move up through the company.

                       

Written by: Kaitlyn Kalendek

We wish our students the best of luck on the runway in the Big Apple!!

Please check out the link below for Nolcha’s feature about our Fashion Design showcase: 

http://nolchashows.com/designers/fine-art-of-fashion/

Check back here for highlights of the fashion show!!

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