Showing resilience from criticism of the Chinese-manufactured USA uniforms he designed for the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony, Ralph Lauren has teamed with the Fashion Institute of Brevard to introduce edgy fashion for future games. “I knew I needed to consult with an American college to reground myself in national values,” said Lauren. “What I learned […]
Ready for some cost-friendly, high impact professional development? Want to solve problems with colleagues from different parts of the country and different areas of higher education? Do you like to have fun while you’re getting intellectual? This March, The Cronk of Higher Education hosts There’s Something Funny About Higher Education, a colloquium for college educators and […]
by Dana Lancer Freelance Writer A blue-ribbon research panel of internationally prominent art historians has concluded that Pablo Picasso, the painter credited with almost single-handedly defining 20th-century abstract art, had less artistic talent than the average five-year-old child. “Not that Picasso was stupid,” explained Prof. Gertrudis Estaín, chair of the fine arts department at Bryn […]
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