In a world of social media, LinkedIn profiles and a myriad of blogs, three Baylor freshmen are attempting to make their mark on the Web, running an on-campus fashion blog called “Buttoned Bears.”
Baylor acrobatics and tumbling (2-4) wrapped-up its regular season on senior night Saturday with a loss to Azusa Pacific University at the Ferrell Center.
Being fashionably late can be cool when you’re hitting the party scene, but students won’t want to be late for this year’s annual Baylor fashion show.
Some students toss out an empty cereal box and old magazines, but others consider adding some tarp, creating an outfit and winning $500.
It all started with a $10 purchase of a domain name – paizlee.com. From there, Baylor alumnae Katie Henry and Emily Rawls built their online fashion site, Paizlee, and at 6 p.m. today in 403 Cashion Academic Center, they will be giving entrepreneurial advice on how they did it.
One Baylor student, who began selling her own fashion products in high school, has big plans to use faith in her future fashion career.
The apparel program at Baylor has been ranked among the top 32 most influential fashion schools in the world by fashionplaytes.com.
Three students in the Accelerated Ventures Program at Baylor started a business centered on the Baylor plaid: Dapper Bear Clothiers.
The Accelerated Ventures Program is a two-semester course in which students are given $5,000 to start their own business.
By Kat Worrall Reporter After the viral Pinterest success of one tribal print sweater, Baylor alumnae Katie Henry and Emily Rawls have continued to use the social media site to boost their online fashion store, Paizlee. Henry and Rawls, who graduated from Baylor in May 2008, started Paizlee as a
Mesquite junior Deondria Murphy won Baylor’s first-ever Miss Green and Gold Pageant on Friday in Waco Hall, beating out 20 other Baylor beauties. Murphy will move on to compete in Miss Texas, and the winner of Miss Texas competes in Miss America.
Q: How long have you been doing pageants?
A: Well, actually this was my very first pageant. I saw a flier and thought, “I could see what this is about it.” I wanted to experience something new.