Should college students worry about lack of sleep?

By Jaslyn Ravenscraft and Alexis Potter Pulling all-nighters and avoiding 8 a.m. classes at all costs has become the narrative of college studentsโ€™ sleep patterns, but students may want to consider the effects that a lack of sleep has on them, such as lack of productivity and poor overall health. The American Academy of Sleep … More Should college students worry about lack of sleep?

One Size Does Not Fit All – Fashion Month Takes Strides in Diversity

By Davyn Matte A variety of shapes, sizes and colors of clothing is nothing new in the realm of fashion. Yet until the last two or three seasons, that variety did not seemย to translate to the models who walked in fashion shows. In the past, the majority of models we would see were Caucasian and … More One Size Does Not Fit All – Fashion Month Takes Strides in Diversity

These Are the Fashion Month Trends to Watch Out For

By Davyn Matte February and September are two months out of the year that have fashion lovers coming together to discover the latest trends designers set forth. After watching countless fashion shows, Iโ€™m ready to tell you what you and your friends should be wearing this spring. Balanced Color Palette: A new season means new … More These Are the Fashion Month Trends to Watch Out For

Greyson Schofield – A Fresh Face at Phoenix Fashion Week

By Miles Tucker Phoenix Fashion Week 2017 was spectacular, and its finale was nothing short of breathtaking. Couture Night brought out some of the best emerging and established designers to put on an exhibition, the way only Phoenix can. Spectators from all walks of life came to watch as an assortment of masterpieces made their … More Greyson Schofield – A Fresh Face at Phoenix Fashion Week