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Kent State Connects Blog: NY Fashion Week, Trip to the Big City and the Facts About Diabetes

Posted Mar. 4, 2013

Young Kim, director for Kent State's NYC Studio and lecturer in the School of Fashion Design and Merchandising, writes about the Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week on the Kent State Connects blog.

“Sixties-influenced clean and ladylike shapes were prominent emphasizing volume with a touch of minimalism along with easy boxy shapes that were reminiscent of sportswear influences through more relaxed lines and with less structure.”

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Emily Myers
, special assistant in the Office of the Provost, writes about her trip to New York and the challenge of eating healthy away from home.

“In truth, for me, I am just plain starting over – ahhh, not really but after my four days in New York with a focus on friends, food, wine and shows – my approach needs a bit of restart.”

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Paula DiVencenzo
, tax manager for tax and treasury services at Kent State, writes on the facts about diabetes.

“My body stopped producing insulin when I was 12.  Back when I was diagnosed it was called “juvenile diabetes.” This type is usually diagnosed in children and young adults.”

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