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Guest Blog: Crossing Borders

By Gabrielle Bynum   Over the past summer, I had the opportunity to travel to eight European countries in six weeks, and I can honestly say that it changed my life. Each country was so unique, yet so similar at the same

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In the Hot Seat: Kana Kimura from Jessica Lang Dance

By Kendall Buzzelli We sat down with dance ensemble member Kana Kimura to learn a little more about Jessica Lang Dance and life on the road as a professional dancer. Name: Kana Kimura Age: 34 Hometown: Hiroshima, Japan How long have you

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Guest Blog: A Lady’s Guide to Style, for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

By Andrea Kerbuski of blondebedhead.com Photos by Katie Winkler [Dries Van Noten coat, Pam & Gela sweatshirt c/o Schoola, jeans by Levi’s, boots from Lori’s Shoes, vintage Chanel bag, hat by Free People] AT WHARTON I styled a more polished

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“The Happiest Music Ever Created” – Guest Post by Benjamin Hall

I am firm believer that Latin jazz is among the happiest music ever created. If I do not get enough sleep or wake up on the wrong side of the bed I frequently pop in a CD of Tito Puente,

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Getting to Know Eisenhower Dance – Guest Post by Kelly Munzenberger

I’ve been an intern at Wharton Center for almost 3 years now, and I have to say, I am more excited than ever before about this season. Why? While I love Broadway and all performing arts, the truth is that

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Who is Cyrille Aimée? – Guest Blogger and SSJF Coordinator Benjamin Hall

My name is Benjamin Hall. I am the Coordinator of the Summer Solstice Jazz Festival (SSJF), which means I do everything from creating the festival’s advertising to the glamorous job of renting the port-a-potties. Last year was my first in

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