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9, 2016 photo, fashion design student Kristopher Kelley takes a photograph of a muslin mock-up seersucker sport jacket worn by O'More College of Design President David Rosen in Franklin, ... more ... The latest members on the board of trustees - Ginny ...
O'More College of design President David Rosen has spent the past year boosting the school's ties with Nashville's growing fashion industry.

"We are honored to have these esteemed individuals join our Board of Trustees," said Dr. David Rosen, president of O'More.
"We are honored to have these esteemed individuals join our Board of Trustees," said Dr. David Rosen, president of O'More.
Edward Kleinbard, a USC professor of law and business, estimates that the federal government spends about $1 trillion per year on the health of Americans.

David Rosen is the author of the forthcoming, Sex, Sin & Subversion: The Transformation of 1950s New York's Forbidden into America's New Normal (Skyhorse, 2015).
"We wanted to do something community based, trying to get more people to the college, and having them want to come back and support us," said David Michael Lee, gallery director/curator and an assistant professor at Coastline. In addition to the ...

For example, best-selling author Rachel Held Evans points out in a Washington Post essay: "In the United States, 59 percent of people ages 18 to 29 with a Christian background have, at some point, dropped out.
Jerry Avorn, a professor at Harvard Medical school and author of "Powerful Medicines: The Benefits, Risks, and Costs of Prescription Drugs," takes issue with the drugmaker's requirement that patients get a doctor's note to stay on the older drug.
Jerry Avorn, a professor at Harvard Medical school and author of "Powerful Medicines: The Benefits, Risks and Costs of Prescription Drugs," takes issue with the drugmaker's effort to require patients who wanted to stay on the older drug to get a doctor ...
Jerry Avorn, a professor at Harvard Medical school and author of "Powerful Medicines: The Benefits, Risks, and Costs of Prescription Drugs," takes issue with the drugmaker's requirement that patients get a doctor's note to stay on the older drug.
Speakers: Tony Blair, Middle East Quartet Representative; Thabo Cecil Makgoba, Archbishop and of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa; Rabbi David Rosen of the American Jewish Committee and Shaykh Hamza Yusuf Hanson, Co-Founder of Zaytuna College ...


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