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Fashion Police

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Protecting the Corridor

Protecting the Corridor

Common Interest & Common Cause

Saturday, April 12th, 2014

SU Chancellor Kent Syverud at the finish line of the run for fun Friday morning (a few hours before his inauguration)

SU Chancellor Kent Syverud greets finishers at the run for fun Friday morning (a few hours before his inauguration).

Syracuse Housing Authority Chief and SU grad Bill Simmons was one of the early finishers who ran with Chancellor Syverud

Syracuse Housing Authority Director Bill Simmons was one of the early finishers who ran with Chancellor Syverud

The final strech of the Chancellor's run followed the Connective Corridor up University Avenue.

The final stretch of the Chancellor's run followed the Connective Corridor up University Avenue.

Kent Syverud, 12th Chancellor of Syracuse University

Syverud seemed to connect with a community of runners

Mirror, Mirror

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Closer examination of student produced ad campaigns for F&BCM

Closer examination of student produced ad campaigns for F&BCM

Innovation from Interaction

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Here’s a great story about another addition to the city who is making a difference.    Fletchall, who is from Iowa, has a great future of bringing people together.

Transformative Spaces

Saturday, April 5th, 2014

Flex Space: The Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium was set up for a fashion show Friday night.

The Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium was set up for a fashion show Friday night.

The Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium may be the most flexible interior space in the city. We’ve seen it used for class lectures, film screenings, music concerts, and next week it will be the site for TEDx Syracuse University. Last night the venue was adapted for the 2014 Fashion and Beauty Communications Milestone Fashion Show.

Wonder if anyone has used it for a wedding ceremony yet?

Word on the Street

Friday, April 4th, 2014
“Poetry is alive; poetry is important…poetry is not a luxury”
Georgia A. Popoff

Author and poet Georgia A. Popoff was the speaker Thursday night at the new Point of Contact Gallery at the Warehouse.

Author Georgia A. Popoff read and discussed her poetry Thursday night at the new Point of Contact Gallery. She is the workshop coordinator for the Downtown Writers Center.

Point of Contact (Punto de Contacto) is still located on the Connective Corridor, but the gallery has officially moved to the Nancy Cantor Warehouse on West Fayette Street.  The street-level location was buzzing last night for the poetry reading and book fair kick-off.  The audience included students, local authors, artists and SU staff members.

We found the lighting less adequate than the former location (East Genesee Street), but the new space is more inviting and eclectic.

Each Thursday this month, the gallery will host a new writer to celebrate National Poetry Month.

Give it up

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Philanthropy Week @ SU

Philanthropy Week @ SU

Fashionable Future

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014
Passport Collection
Passport Collection (photos by Najah Brown)

Here’s a salute to some of the creative student designers for the 10th Annual Fashion’s Conscience show (Underground Experience) held Saturday night.

Savage

Savage Designs (photo by Najah Brown)

INYNE

INYNE (photo by Najah Brown)

C Dreams

C Dreams (photo by Najah Brown)

Y Not Designs

Y-Not Fashions (photo by Najah Brown)

Underground Experience (Fashion’s Conscience)

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Strike a pose

Strike a pose (photo by Najah Brown)

Juice, Flatbush Zombies

Musical guest Juice from Flatbush Zombies (photo by Najah Brown)

Front Row

Near the Runway (photo by Najah Brown)

Finale

A Finale (photo by Najah Brown)

Front Row (photo by Najah Brown)

Front Row (photo by Najah Brown)

Seeing Red

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

2014 Fashion's Conscience Show (Syracuse University)

2014 Fashion's Conscience Show at Syracuse University (photo by Najah Brown)