THE BRIDE IS KEEPING HER NAME: A 35-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF TRENDS AND CORRELATES
- Should you change your name? // Asian Pacific Post;12/4/2008, p9
The article explores several options available for brides in dealing with name changes after marriage.
- No more nicknames. Lundy, Emily // Malakoff News (TX);2/27/2015, Vol. 106 Issue 9, p6
The article offers the author's insights on nicknames and on changing names.
- On the power of names. Gutin, Eitan // Washington Jewish Week;12/4/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 49, p36
The article discusses the power of names in the ancient world and the idea of changing name in many eras of Jewish history, like in the Torah and Talmud religious texts.
- Suri's a name changer. // NW;4/23/2012, Vol. 20 Issue 17, p38
The article reports that Suri Cruise, daughter of actor Tom Cruise, wants to change her name to Mimmy due to her love for the cartoon character.
- Don't call me Peter--Czech out the trendy moniker. // Design Week;4/24/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p12
Reports that designer Peter Kennedy decided to change his name to Petr Weigl in preparation for his ceramics exhibit which will be held on 2003.
- People âª¢. // Bay Area Reporter;5/12/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 19, p15
The article offers information on various applications filed at San Francisco, California Court related to name changes and business names including the application of Nicholas Kaye Rosing to change his/her name to Ricky David Wright, Ji Xin Xu, who is conducting a business under the business...
- Nutty for short? // World (0888157X);2/21/2015, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p21
The article reports that a French court judge has renamed an infant Ella after her parents, who named her Nutella, did not appear at the hearing in 2015.
- New name is good as gold. // Asian Pacific Post;8/21/2008, p21
The article reports on the name change of Olympic weightlifter Prapawadee Jaroenrattanatarakoon which led her to win the gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
- CALL ME WHAT YOU WILL. CALHOUN, ADA // O, The Oprah Magazine;Nov2015, p122
The article talks about writer Ana Schjeldahl who changed her name to Ana Calhoun which she states gave her confidence and a new self, the traits which she used for her writing career spanning over 17 years.