Dorm Room Decorating – Beyond Cookie Cutter

Decorating a new dorm room all your own (or half your own, half your roommate’s) can be exciting. The majority of college dorms start off with empty white, usually cinder-block, walls. This gives students the opportunity to be creative and colorful!

Starting College…A Little Scary for Some

Moving away to college is tough – it can even be scary for some. For most, it is the first time leaving the comfort of home and it is the beginning of a brand new journey.

Who is your Hero? Honoring "The Man in the Red Bandanna" ~ September 11

What is a hero? Welles R. Crowther was a hero to many on September 11, 2001. Have you heard this remarkable story? On this 11th anniversary of 9/11, it is well worthwhile to see ESPN's video about Welles called the 'Man in the Red Bandanna.'

Sports Photo Scholarship Contest 2012 Finalists Know How to Celebrate Their Athletic Victories!

The Sports Photo Contest Finalists are announced. To enter this contest, students were asked to submit a celebratory sports photo that portrays the ‘true celebration of a sport.’ We received so many amazing sports photos it was hard to narrow down to just 11 Finalists. The voting period is open to July 26, 2012. The Finalists with the most votes win a $500 scholarship. Vote for your favorite sports photo. Help a student further their educational career.

Varsity Letter - What to do with it?

Receiving a varsity letter is a big deal. Currently, framing your varsity letter is the way to go. It preserves your varsity letter and shows off your accomplishment.

SHE MEANS BUSINESS – The Stuff Movies are Made of!

Church Hill Classics is a hardworking, innovative, and competitive certified woman-owned business. Women entrepreneurs are constantly challenging the business structure. Women entrepreneurs not only create businesses, jobs, and economic growth, but they show everyone out there that risks are worth taking, even if they fail.  Is this the stuff that movies are made of?  Why, yes!   SHE MEANS BUSINESS is a documentary film project about women entrepreneurs created by two women, available on Kickstarter.

Earth Day 2012

Written by: Katie Gargano, 2011-2012 Church Hill Classics Marketing Intern

Earth Day 2012Earth Day happens on Sunday, April 22, each year. This is a day when we acknowledge the wonderful Earth that we live on and also ways we can keep our planet safe and green.

Connecticut is celebrating Earth Day in many ways. Here are some of the activities that are going around in our local area.

Women’s History Month- Why We are Thankful

Women's History MonthWritten by: Gabriella Ranieri, 2011-2012 Church Hill Classics Marketing Intern

For so long, women were forced to play a part; a part that stripped them from the right to be an individual and to essentially think for themselves. The mere idea of a woman wanting to learn more than what was expected of her was something very threatening to the male gender. The only question that can arise from this archaic mentality is why? Perhaps it’s because men sensed that women are just as capable of making a change, if not more so, than the average man and the thought of sharing the spotlight with those of an “inferior” nature was utterly unthinkable.

March Madness 2012 - What does your bracket look like?

Written by: Katie Gargano, 2011-2012 Church Hill Classics Marketing Intern

March MadnessFor all you die hard basketball fans, this is a month of extreme thrills and chills! It’s March Madness time! This year, it begins on Tuesday, March 13, 2012, and ends on Monday April 2, 2012. For people like me that don’t follow March Madness, let me inform you of my basic research on what it’s all about.

Studying Abroad: School work, travel, and photo op

Written by Melanie Kandor, Marketing InternRainey, a student at Southern Connecticut State University summed up her study abroad experience in this one sentence: "College is a once in a lifetime experience as is, but spending three to four months living in another country is the epitome of a once in a lifetime experience." Studying in another country truly opens up a whole new world. Rainey studied in London, England, this past spring. Europe is probably one of the best locations to study, because there ar ...