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Students engage with leading faculty experts and world leaders, learning how to create change and address issues including the global economic crisis, health care, human rights and justice, diversity, the environment and sustainability, immigration, journalism’s transformation, corporate governance, and governmental reform.
This new magazine gives you interesting information about the subject COMMUNICATION. In this first edition is the title theme "International Marketing" with important clues and backgrounds. The other issue is the future of communication. Learn how video and audio mail (voicemail), the way we communicate change.
The cover story of the volume 13 issue two of the Method Snowboard Magazine is about the Yes Crew and their last days in Hok-Kaido. They went to a secret pillow zone where no one ever goes to. The hole issue is dedicated to Japan and the powder that can be found in this beautiful country.
The February issue of the Canadian Fashion Magazine FLARE features stories about Paulina Gretzkiy, “Mid-Winter style surprises”, Spring Beauty and super pretty lingerie trends. There is also an exclusive interview with the style icons Joe Fresh and Patti Smith in this issue.
Marvel Book previews issue #9 shows the new releases in the next month from May to August. It starts with “Avengers: The Art Of Marvel’s The Avengers HC Slipcase” on May the 12th and ends with “Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 1 Digest”. This magazine also provides a checklist to keep the overview on all new releases of Marvel Comics.
January arrives like an unwelcome visitor after the
festivities of the previous month. A somewhat sharp
shock following the excesses of New Year’s Eve, the
return to the office can be a tough ask for even the
most committed of workers, and those long dark
months from January to March always feel like a bit
of an ordeal. Still, onward and upward...
And there will be plenty to look forward to this year – World Cup anyone?
Oh, wait... I said look forward to.... Well, there will be numerous other sporting
diversions to amuse and distract. Andy Murray will defend his Wimbledon title –
likely to be gripping stuff – while the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will see
Sir Chris Hoy attempt to compete one last time for gold on home soil before his
rumoured retirement. It’s the stuff great headlines are made of. Elsewhere, in the
business world, reports of an economic upturn mean good things for UK banks
(p. 76) while the opening of American Psycho the musical in Islington should
provide a rather humorous look at life (and death) in the rat race, (p. 24). We are
honoured this month to feature Pierce Brosnan as our cover star. His exclusive
shoot for Hackett with renowned photographer Terry O’Neill has produced
a series of striking images, which capture not only Brosnan’s warmth and
style, but his charisma and playful side too (p. 12). Our fashion shoot provides
inspiration for stylish winter woollens to keep out the cold (p. 40) and Ben Fogle
reminds us that, however hard that morning commute might be, it’s nothing
compared to walking across cracking crevasse fields, with a mile-long drop
beneath you (p. 19). Terrifying stuff.
Britain’s number one women’s magazine GLAMOUR presents stories, tips and tricks around fashion and shopping in their February issue 2013. Emma Stone talks about style, fame and the sex scenes with Ryan Gosling. Besides the interview interested women also find 50 sex secrets, 524 fashion finds and information on how to change their body forever.