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Spring 2010 issue of Zipped magazine available on campus Monday
The Spring 2010 issue of Zipped, the only fashion-focused print magazine at Syracuse University, hits campus on Monday, April 26, with free copies available for students, faculty and staff.
The issue can be picked up in the Newhouse School, the Hall of Languages, the Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center, the Life Sciences Complex and the Whitman School building.
“Zipped speaks to a great deal of students on the SU campus, and we are proud of all the hard work that our staff has dedicated to this issue,” says Christine Robertson, Zipped editor in chief.
The issue explores a number of timely topics, including multimedia and its impact of the fashion and communication industries, the skinny runway model debate and Amsterdam’s fashion secrets.
One hundred copies of the publication were pre-released at Wednesday’s Zipped Launch Party in Newhouse 3. On Monday, 1,900 copies will be circulated around campus; this is the last issue of the academic year.
Zipped is an entirely student-run, fashion- and beauty-based print magazine for college-age males and females. Known for identifying and highlighting trends on campus, providing the latest news on fashion, touching on critical issues within the fashion and beauty industry, and exploring international industry happenings and trends and the impact on SU students, Zipped is a forward-looking student publication that provides a medium for the fashion-minded population at SU. For more information on Zipped, visit www.zippedmagazine.com.