TCU fashion students adjust to a fashion industry changed by COVID-19

first_imgCampus NewsAcademicsNewsTCU fashion students adjust to a fashion industry changed by COVID-19By Alexis King – September 21, 2020 1080 World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Alexis Kinghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-king/ Linkedin Alexis King Alexis King is a journalism major with a minor in digital culture/data analytics from Plano, Texas. Alexis hopes to to work in entertainment news after she graduates. Alexis enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends & family. Alexis Kinghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-king/ Mada: How one app is helping you pick what to wear + posts TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history TCU News Now 2/24/2021 Alexis Kinghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-king/ print ReddIt ReddIt Twitter Alexis Kinghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexis-king/ Facebook TCU News Now 3/24/2021 Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Linkedin Facebook Minority students talk about election results RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TCU fashion merchandising students are navigating changes in market and fashion courses caused by COVID-19. “Not much as the curriculum but the department has made several changes in several fashion courses to help students prepare for what’s next,” said Leslie Browning-Samoni, a fashion merchandising professor.Students are now depending on technology and other resources to gain a virtual experience similar to one they would get in person.  Most classes are taught remotely, and only a few are in-person. Textile test and analysis, for example, would normally have in-person labs but have transitioned to an online format where students are testing the performance of textile products from home. From virtual fashion week shows to brands changing their traditional schedules, COVID-19 has reinvented the fashion industry. Read more: Second-Hand September: Clothing outlets encourage eco-friendly fashionFashion merchandising major Izzy Fleming said much of the merchandise brands put on the market before COVID-19 will continue “to recycle within the market for the coming seasons due to the pandemic.”“These times are a lot harder because some of us don’t know what the fashion world is going to look like today or even next year,” said Fleming.According to the Business of Fashion, TCU is not the only university adjusting to the new changes within fashion schooling.Fashion students at other universities have experienced fashion labs in a remote setting where staff and faculty are developing “creative techniques with students to make fashion more accessible.” Browning-Samoni said students should start asking themselves what they want to do when they begin working in the field and if they are prepared to adjust to a slightly different job.“Opportunities are going to look different; things are going to look different,” she said. “You might not get that dream job in New York City. They may want you working from home.”To find out more changes regarding the TCU fashion merchandising department, click here. Twitter Previous articleEpisode 211 – NBA Conference Finals SetNext articleVolleyball looks to rely on Clark’s influence on and off the court Alexis King last_img read more

Tonight set to be coldest of the winter so far

first_img DL Debate – 24/05/21 Tonight set to be coldest of the winter so far Previous articlePolice concerned for missing Strabane womanNext articlePublic encouraged to take part in final EnVision Inishowen workshop News Highland Facebook Twitter Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Tonight’s set to be the coldest of the winter so far.Met Eireann says temperatures in the west and north could hit minus 7 in some places.Forecaster Liz Walsh says the recent cold snap will continue over the coming days:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/walsh8am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ Met Eireann say that it will be exceptionally cold tonight with a widespread severe frost and ice forming under largely clear skies. Chance of an isolated shower in the east. Lows of minus 1 to minus 6 degrees with light variable breezes. Some freezing fog patches are possible.TOMORROW – WEDNESDAY 6TH JANUARYWednesday will be bitterly cold with frost, ice and patchy freezing fog clearing very slowly, but persisting all day in some parts. Cloud will thicken from the northwest later, with rain developing by evening in western parts of the province. Daytime highs will range zero to 3 degrees generally, with temperatures remaining sub-zero in some inland parts. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows By News Highland – January 5, 2021 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more

Grenada government charters aircraft to bring nationals home from Venezuela

first_img Sharing is caring! Image via: mapsofworld.comST GEORGE’S, Grenada — A government effort, involving long hours of negotiations and thousands of dollars in costs, has resulted in the safe return to Grenada of more than 35 passengers, including children, who went adrift off the Venezuelan coast.The MV Amelia A, which was travelling on September 15 from Trinidad to Grenada, experienced engine failure and went off its intended route.The vessel was tracked through a joint undertaking of Grenadian, Trinidadian and Venezuelan coast guard officers.All passengers, including a handful of non-nationals, were eventually flown back to Grenada from Venezuela on Saturday, September 24, on board a chartered Conviasa airline.They expressed appreciation for the assistance given to them during their ordeal, including help from the Grenada government.Benedict Phillip was among the thankful passengers excited to be back on Grenadian soil.“When we realized we were adrift we thought we would have been rescued sooner,’’ he said. “However, we met hospitable people on an island off Venezuela and I want to express my thanks to both the governments of Grenada and Venezuela. We just couldn’t desire better.’’The stranded passengers reported how worried they were on not being able to contact family members in Grenada. But, they kept their hopes high through prayer services.“At first we couldn’t get phone calls to our families and we were worried,’’ one female passenger said. “I was scared; we were between nowhere. We turned left, we saw water; we turn right, we saw water. It was only water and clouds and that was scary. But, people came together and consoled one other, and they advised us not to panic.’’ Christine Bartholomew, who was accompanied on the vessel by her 11-year-old granddaughter, described it as “nerve-wracking experience’’ that has changed her life. She said she and her fellow passengers had faith in God.Bartholomew, a resident of St Mark, added that she was more worried about her family back home than about herself.The passengers were met at Maurice Bishop International Airport in St George’s by family and friends, as well as representatives of the Grenadian and Venezuelan governments. They included Senator Denneth Modeste, Grenada’s Minister of State for the Environment, Foreign Trade and Export Development; and Venezuela’s Ambassador to Grenada, Carlos Amador Perez Silva.Modeste praised the then acting prime minister, Patrick Simmons, for his commitment in getting the passengers back to Grenada.“I wish to thank the acting prime minister for the manner in which he handled this issue. We are pleased with the way things worked out,’’ said Modeste. “This is an indication of the growing relations between Grenada and Venezuela.’’The Venezuelan ambassador said he was pleased to see the passengers back home.“I believe the happy conclusion is evidence of the good relations between Grenada and Venezuela, in that we can work very close in situations like this. We try to do our best in circumstances as those,’’ he said.Perez said he was also delighted in the accommodation afforded the passengers by the Venezuelan authorities, “and the way they have taken care of you during your stay there.’’The MV Amelia A was towed into Port St George on Monday. Caribbean News Now Share Share 13 Views   no discussionscenter_img NewsRegional Grenada government charters aircraft to bring nationals home from Venezuela by: – September 28, 2011 Tweet Sharelast_img read more