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  • E D I T O R I N C H I E F

    Jean Choi

    E D I T O R I A L D I R E C T O R S

    Jiwon Jaylin Kim, Sehoon Park

    A R T D I R E C T I O N A N D P L A N N I N G

    Jonathan Chung, Yena Ahn

    D E S I G N A N D P H O T O

    Angela Ko, Nathalie Sehee Kim, Seongbeom Joo, Ye Rim Shin

    P U B L I C R E L A T I O N S

    Catherine J. So, Dae Yeol Jason Yoon

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    405th Ave Sweets

    52Ideas on Politics

    22Ideas on Language

    24As the Lady Says

    34Habits of the Mind

    38Ideas on Society

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  • 54Spirited Away

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    62Marques Almeida

    72Strange but Oddly Normal

    74Obama vs Romney

    80Spend Smart

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    Blessed hopes to be the spark of inspiration to keep you through your all-nighters.

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    Most of us know Jim Yong Kim for his many titles. Listing them here

    wouldnt do much justice to the person that he is, knowing that he lives

    to do something, not to be something. Nonetheless, First Asian-

    American seems to be the common prefix that got us riled up with

    pride, awe, and admiration over our shared heritage. This spark of

    interest led to over 200,000 Youtube views of the World Bank President,

    or the former Dartmouth President, rapping and dancing to Time of My

    Life. Dr. Kim was geared head-to-toe in a fedora, leather jacket, and

    Gaga-esque plastic shades. K-Pop mogul JYP could not have done it

    better and hence, Dr. Kim, we dub thee JYK.

    An outstanding number was curious to see JYK display his sense

    of humor, but how many genuinely want to learn from his ideas and

    thoughts? 14,978 is a meek number, considering it the Youtube viewers

    who sought vicarious mentoring in JYKs lecture on habits of the mind.

    Granted, it takes dedication to watch an hour-long lecture, but his talk

    during the Presidential Lecture Series at Dartmouth was too inspiring

    not to share with our BLESSED readers.

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    JYK delivers this lecture for Sophomore Summer students in 2010, and

    opens with the question, What are we doing to 18-24 year old minds?.

    It was revealed that during this 6-year period, our brains are more

    active in making new neuronal connections and formations than we had

    ever thought. Professors at Dartmouth did a study. They took MRIs

    of 19 freshmen before they started school, in 6 months, and a year

    later. The result was a significant increase in voxel intensity, a white

    matter change. What this means is that the structure of your brain can

    perceptibly change in a short period of time. What to take from this

    study is that it is partly up to yourself to make the most of this period.

    What are we doing to 18-24 year old minds?

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    study. Carol Dweck, a professor at Columbia University, identified two types of students by their mindsets

    upon enrolling in a general chemistry course: fixed-minded studentsthose who believe intelligence is a

    fixed trait, and growth-minded studentsthose who believe intelligence is a developable trait. At the end of

    the study, the group of students who had thought intelligence was a given trait did more poorly in chemistry

    than the other group. Ones personal theory of intelligence, rather than ones given level of intelligence, is

    the better determinant of academic success. It is crucial in this stage of brain activity to develop mindsets

    most beneficial to your success, for these habits now will make neuronal connections that will shape your

    brain and your future. JYK claims this lecture is his personal effort to take you through what we know

    about the developing mind and how that might have a direct impact on you. JYK presentshis handpicked, 6

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    Befitting his accomplishments in healthcare and anthropology, JYK emphasizes empathy as the most

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    Empathy is a habit of mind that can be shown on an MRI. When a monkey watched another monkey in pain,

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    as not making conclusions too early about a persons talent, whether it be your own or anothers. Read

    this book, or at least one of Gladwells books.

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    students that excessive alcohol intake will in- hibit neuronal development during this critical period. Alcohol

    suppresses the frontal cortex and excites the nucleus accumbens: you are made to think that jumping off

    the roof and into the pool is an exciting risk worth taking. Meanwhile, JYK refers to a different kind of riskrisk

    that you take to achieve a greater cause. The 3 by 5 Campaign that JYK enacted at WHO was to treat 3

    million AIDS patients in Africa by year 2005. Everyone at the WHO perceived the campaign as too risky

    because if it were to fail (which they believed would), the organization had to take the blame. JYK stepped

    up and promised that he would take the blame alone if the campaign fails. The campaign was able to treat

    1.5 million patients by 2005, and JYK, indeed, publicly apologized. By 2007, however, they reached over 3

    million. Taking responsible risks is doing things for [the benefit of] others that might reflect negatively on

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    Tracy Kidder, a journalist, followed Farmer and JYK to Haiti and Peru under Partners in Health. After about

    a year of cynical outlook, Kidder comes to the realization that cynicism is the last refuge for a coward. He

    had been pessimistic of the plausibility of the duos work to set up sustainable healthcare amidst poverty

    in the developing world. In response to Kidders cynicism, JYK leaves us this quote: When youre dealing

    with troubled situations, optimism is not the result of rational decision making. Optimism is a moral choice.

    Responding with wonderment and awe is not about being nave and reacting joyfully or artificially; it is

    about not forgoing opportunities by being cynical.

    Develop habits of mind. Habits of thinking will make tactile imprints and literally shape your brain. Habits of

    mind are corporeal: practice them like you would do crunches and sit-ups to develop muscles. Lastly, JYK

    and I leave you with this quote: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed souls can change

    the world, indeed, its the only thing that ever has (Margaret Mead).

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    Annie Park

  • Parsons graduate Annie Park is exactly the girl her collection speaks

    forthe girl who enjoys stress-free afternoon tea and macarons at La

    Dure (less Madison, more Champs-Elyse, perhaps), dressed in poppy

    red J Brand skinnies and a flower-print silk blouse. From personal

    experience, Stress-free has never been associated with Talented,

    but nevertheless, this girl has made it through Parsons with blazing

    talent that oozes with just the right amount of sweetness.

    Collection

    One thing I was sure of was that I wanted the collection to reflect myself

    and everything that I grew to love. Over the past couple years I collected

    images, moments and memories that I came across and fell in love with,

    and my collection can be seen as a montage of all of those elements.

    The biggest inspiration that drove my collection is the memory of my

    first trip to Paris when I was 18. It was my first time traveling alone

    and it was one of the most inspiring trips Ive ever made. I still clearly

    remember the molding details and sugary colors at the Chteau de

    Versailles and falling in love with all the old world architecture that I did

    not grow up with in Los Angeles.

    5 Keywords that describe your collection:

    Feminine, Playful, Bold, Saccharine (overly sweet), Elaborate

    What kind of girl is your collection for?

    Someone who is not afraid to dress up: she loves bold colors and

    prints and doesnt take life too seriously. She definitely is not afraid of

    attention and embraces her femininity through fashion.

    Does your personality show through your collection?

    Yes, definitely. Everyone around me looks at my collection and the

    first thing they say is its so you, I try to have fun while working and

    dont take everything too seriously. I never understood why people

    stress about everything. I like to experiment a lot and that can be seen

    throughout my fabric choices. I bonded neoprene with silk satin to create

    the volume I needed. I also used a metal knitted jersey to create my

    version of a casual sweater top.

    InspirationWhats the one thing or person who never ceases to inspire you?

    Im obsessed with Vogue Japans editor at large, Anna Dello Russo.

    She is the epitome of fashion and I love her fearless extravagance.

    Screenwriter/director Sofia Coppolas amazing works have also

    inspired.

    Where do you seek inspiration?

    To be honest, the Internet has become my main source of inspiration. It

    is as if I can travel to countries right in my own living room in New York.

    Some of my favorite websites are: Dazed Digital, The Coveteur, and

    SHOWstudio.

    What was the most difficult aspect of attending Parsons?

    The never-ending amount of work that leads to sleepless nights

    Favorite medium or fabric you like to work with:

    I will always love the idea of using different types of fabric but I think silk

    organza is the most beautiful!

    Favorite magazines:

    Purple Magazine, Vogue Italia, Lula, Elle and any Japanese magazine.

    Favorite designers:

    The list can be endless but currently I am loving Justin Thornton and

    Thea Bregazzi (Preen), Dries Van Noten, and especially Miuccia Prada.

    She dreams up impossible color schemes and her fabric stories are

    different yet it always works and looks beautiful. She has a clear vision

    and stays true to her customers; with every collection, it shows that she

    challenges herself in a new way.

    Favorite Fall 2012 collection:

    Its a tie between Cline and Jil Sander.

    How did you end up in fashion design?

    Ever since I was little I was always into art and took art classes from

    a young age. My mom told me about Parsons when I was twelve, and

    since then, it was my dream school. I was lucky enough to have parents

    who supported me. My mom is also in designer and she definitely

    inspired me growing up.

    Insider InfoWhat is your weekend like in the city?

    Sleep in till noon, go have brunch with close friends and visit flea

    markets.

    Annies go-to New York restaurants:

    For brunch, Tartine in the West Village is great but it is cash only! For

    small plates and drinks I like Freemans. Its tucked away in a little alley in

    the lower east side and its super cute and cozy. To treat myself I like to

    go to Asiate. It has the best view of Central Park and everything on the

    menu is so good.

    Annies go-to brands:

    When I shop I usually go to Barneys, Zara, Tokio7, and J.crew. In my

    closet, I have a bunch from Zara, J.crew and Club Monaco and some

    investment pieces mostly from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Carven, Rag and Bone,

    and Helmut Lang. My favorite brands for heels are YSL, Miu Miu and

    Proenza.

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    myself, this same feeling would never come again

  • Your dress was displayed at Saks Fifth

    Avenue, what was the process like?

    Its an annual tradition for Saks to feature works by the top of the

    graduating class at Parsons. All seniors in Fashion Design present

    their collections in front of about 12 judges and submit a linesheet

    that shows the full collection. The team at Saks then picks about

    20 students, one look per designer, and it is then displayed in

    their windows for about two weeks. For my class, the group of

    judges included Catherine Malandrinos head designer, J.Crew

    Womenswear senior designers, members of the CFDA, and etc.

    How did you feel looking at your dress displayed at Saks?

    It felt surreal! It felt like a dream to see something I made in

    the windows at Saks that I often would go for inspiration.

    Did you have any flashes into the future?

    Not exactly flashes into the futureBut when I looked at my

    dress displayed in the window, I thought to myself that this

    same feeling would never come again. It may be possible to see

    something that I worked on displayed in the same window in

    the future but I wont be able to create something purely of my

    own ideas when I start working for a company. Even if I decide

    to start my own company, it wouldnt be a one (wo)man, show

    but a montage of different ideas from different people.

    I heard Saks featuring Parons graduates in their windows is an

    annual tradition. When you first started at Parsons, was Saks

    something you always looked forward to or worked towards?

    Being displayed in the window was actually my goal! I wanted

    this more than the Annual Benefit show. Seeing works by

    past graduates in the Saks window always motivated me to

    work harder and I always envied their achievements.

    What kinds of feedback did you get from the judge from Saks?

    The judges were all very nice. They could see my character

    and personality through my collection, and most of them

    described the collection as playful and sweet. They really

    liked all the beadings and embroidery and especially loved my use of

    color. I was really flattered that they thought the silhouette was a bit

    Balenciaga. They also really liked how I used the same print throughout

    my collection but in different scales to create a graphic effect.

    Were you nervous during the Crit?

    I was so nervousespeciallybecause our class was presented on the

    first day. I wanted to see other classes present so that I can learn

    from them, but we ended going first. I almost pulled an all-nighter the

    night before, trying to memorize my 5 minute speech and finishing up

    my accessories. When I was presenting, there were so many lights

    on me that I felt my sweat dripping down. It was scary. Thankfully I

    didnt forget any lines or get stuck in the Q&A. But after I finished and

    came backstage, I started to cry. I dont know why, but I saw all my

    friends and I burst into tears. I think I was just really overwhelmed with

    different emotions. I was happy that it was over, but at the same time,

    wished I had said more things that I missed during the presentation.

    What was the cocktail event like at Saks?

    Any inspiring people or speeches?

    The cocktail event was such a memorable night! It was a black-tie

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    were all starstruck. They also served full course meals with wine and

    an open bar. It was such a good night! Donna Karan gave a speech.

    One thing that stuck with me was how she said to look around us

    because a lot of these successful designers here today went through

    the same thing we did, and look at where they are now. It was

    inspiring to see that their amazing journey also started at Parsons.

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    lovers find out about them, be the first to fall in love.

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    JEAN CHOI [email protected]

    SEHOON PARK [email protected]

    JIWON JAYLIN KIM [email protected]

    JONATHAN CHUNG [email protected]

    ANGELA KO [email protected]

    NATHALIE SEHEE KIM [email protected]

    YE RIM SHIN [email protected]

    YENA AHN [email protected]

    SEONGBEOM JOO [email protected]

    TAE WAN JOHN KIM [email protected]

    EUGENE CHONGMIN PYUN [email protected]

    JISOO SONG [email protected]

    JUSTIN BONG GEUN SONG [email protected]

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    DAE YEOL JASON YOON [email protected]

    CATHERINE J. SO [email protected]