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18 Avr 2016 

Jessica Simpson shops for a wedding dress

Benjamin Harris was a maverick in the early days of journalism. He was not alone but he definitely stood out from the crowd.

ByLeah Simpson

Updated: 09:16 EST, 23 December 2011

She may be weeks away from giving birth but that doesn't mean Jessica Simpson is slacking off when it comes to planning for her other big day.

The singer, who is heavily pregnant with her first child, was spotted visiting a wedding dress boutique with a friend yesterday.



Jessica stopped by at the Monique Lhuillier store at Melrose Place in Los Angeles in preparation for the ceremony in which she will wed NFL player Eric Johnson.

Looking swell: Jessica Simpson tried to cover up her huge baby bump during a shopping trip in Los Angeles, California on SundayLooking swell: Jessica Simpson tried to cover up her huge baby bump during a shopping trip in Los Angeles, California on Sunday

Wrapping up in slimming black trousers and a loose a black silk button down top by Hatch Collection, the star looked swell as she placed her hand firmly on her stomach to keep her bump well covered.

The blonde also strutted by children's clothing and toy shops in high-heeled animal print shoes and oversized sunglasses.

It looks like the Simpson family kids will be having a fruitful Christmas - the aunty to Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz's son Bronx kept a grin that comes with giving on her face as she also popped into some retail outlets to buy gifts and wrapping paper for her nephew and no doubt unborn child.

The big day round two: The star went to the Monique Lhuiller boutique to arrange a frock for her second weeding since 2002The big day round two: The star went to the Monique Lhuiller boutique to arrange a frock for her second weeding since 2002

The 31-year-old will be exchanging vows for her second time after she got hitched to her 98 Degrees star, Nick Lachey, in 2002 only to divorce the musician in 2005.

However her former flame beat her down the aisle when he wed his girlfriend of four years, Vanessa Manillio, this July on Necker Island.

As well as her bride-to-be duties and business empire, Jessica has another project in the works.

Yummy mummy: The blonde managed a casual and comfortable look despite being heavily pregnant and wearing high-heeled bootsYummy mummy: The blonde managed a casual and comfortable look despite being heavily pregnant and wearing high-heeled boots

She will join the new NBC reality TV series Fashion Star as a celebrity mentor.



With a hugely successful clothing and accessories line under her belt, she will help aspiring designers as they compete for a multi-million dollar contract to launch their own brand.



It will be hosted by supermodel and lingerie brand owner, Elle Macpherson.

Christmas gifts: Her fiance, NFL player Eric Johnson was spotted picking up some gifts for her on SaturdayChristmas gifts: Her fiance, NFL player Eric Johnson was spotted picking up some gifts for her on Saturday





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Difference Between a College And University

Benjamin Harris was a maverick in the early days of journalism. He was not alone but he definitely stood out from the crowd.



The difference between colleges and universities is not a purely semantic one. A college and a university are supposed to be different in principle. However, in some countries they may mean the same thing, while in others they may not. Naming things has no absolute rules in all human fields of endeavor. People familiar with the English language know that words have ambiguous meanings and they may have different meanings according to the context in which they are used. Similarly, when looking at the difference, one has to see context of the location, where they are situated.

Semantic Difference



The word college comes from the Latin word 'collegium', connotes a group of people living together by choice, for a common purpose. That's why, members of some colleges are called 'fellows'. Today the word college is most exclusively used to denote an educational institution, which offers various degree level courses. However, the term can be more widely used, to denote a group of people like an 'electoral college' or a 'college of cardinals'.

As educational institutions, in terms of stages of learning, colleges are intermediate stages between schools and universities. There are community colleges in USA which mostly offer diplomas, certificate level courses and 4 year degrees. One must know how to choose a college, according to one's career interests. In some countries, the terms may be used interchangeably.

The word 'University' has its origin in Latin as 'universitas magistrorum et scholarium ', meaning a group of teachers and scholars living together in pursuit of knowledge or a place of learning. The term 'University' is used today to denote advanced institutions of higher learning, offering learning and research opportunities. Usually, like in USA, universities grow out of aggregation of small colleges (offering specialized education). Universities usually offer a wider spectrum of courses, compared to colleges, ranging over arts, science and commerce. Universities offer 4 years graduate courses as well as graduate school courses leading to a doctorate. Life in a university is more demanding than college life. The difference primarily lies in the number of academic subjects and level of specialization offered in each institution. That's what separates colleges from universities in most countries of the world. However, this may not be the case in every country. In some cases college and university mean the same thing.

In USA

In USA, the terms college and university are synonymous. There are some colleges here which in spite of being called colleges offer courses in a wide variety of subjects and are empowered to offer diplomas, degree courses, as well as doctorate degrees. The purpose of college education is to prepare a student for a career in the real world outside. Universities abound in USA as it boasts of some of best in the world like (to name a few) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cornell, Stanford and Harvard university.

In Canada

In Canada, the difference is quite clear. Colleges offer short vocational course that teach specific kinds of trades. They offer associate degrees in arts ad sciences. The colleges in Canada usually have smaller class size and the professors are more focused on teaching than research. So in short, Canadian colleges are sort of, intermediate steps between college and university. Universities here offer research opportunities leading to a doctorate.

In UK and Commonwealth Countries

In United Kingdom and most of the countries which are included in the commonwealth nations, the difference between college and universities, is very well-defined. Colleges are subsidiary, specialized institutes of learning under the aegis of a university. A college comes under the affiliation of university. Courses are taught in colleges, but the degree is granted by the university. University is the parent body and colleges adhere to its rules. Besides the colleges under its affiliation, a university in UK may have its own separate subject departments, devoted to research.

In terms of level of rigor, courses in universities are more research oriented and the faculty there has research funding for various projects. To sum up, if colleges are rivers, universities are oceans of knowledge. Wisdom however, can only be garnered through experience in life.





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