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La Parisienne: Myths About Paris

La Parisienne: Myths About Paris

by Samera Jome, Contributing Writer The city of lights and love has many amazing attributes and most of those have to do with its 11 million inhabitants. Before my trip to this breathtaking city, I did a lot of research on what Parisians were like and the ways in which […]

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Fashion, The Style Diaries

The Style Diaries: Maya Campbell

The Style Diaries: Maya Campbell

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Beauty, BeYOUtiful, Lifestyle

BeYOUtiful: Springing into Summer

BeYOUtiful: Springing into Summer

by Meg Rotter, Lifestyle Writer       With warm weather finally approaching Wisconsin, people are ready to plunge into the latest summer styles. While dressing for the warm weather always seems like a treat, hair and makeup become a cumbersome task. Humidity makes straight hair nearly impossible for some […]

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DIY, Lifestyle

Eggs Over Easy

Eggs Over Easy

by Allie Jeka, Contributing Writer In celebration of Easter and the colorful spring around the corner, it’s time to splurge on a carton of eggs and get decorating. These tricks for dyeing eggs are quite simple and will be possible whether you’re brunching at home for Easter or sticking it […]

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Art, Social

Art on Art on Art

Art on Art on Art

by Bronte Mansfield, Contributing Writer The 86th Annual Student Art Show recently opened in the Porter Butts Gallery.  Submitted pieces were selected and curated by the WUD Art Committee and guest judge Luisa Fernanda Garcia-Gomez, a fine artist and shoe designer who holds an MFA from University of Paris VIII.  […]

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Fashion, Trends

The Boyfriend Jean: History, Style, and DIY Tips

The Boyfriend Jean: History, Style, and DIY Tips

by Victoria Fok, Fashion Writer In women’s fashion there has always been something so refreshing about borrowing styles from the opposite  sex. Menswear has been an inspiration for women since the 1920s. Coco Chanel’s androgynous style paved the way for menswear-inspired ready-to-wear with a focus on comfort and simplicity. In […]

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Fashion, Stylistics

Stylistics: The Boyfriend Jean

Stylistics: The Boyfriend Jean

by Marissa Monett, Fashion Writer At last, the most versatile and practical denim style on the market has hit mainstream fashion with a boom. Rachel Zoe and Alice + Olivia showcased the boyfriend jean in beautiful manners for spring 2014, but they weren’t the only or the first. The boyfriend […]

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Fashion

Internship Style 101: Casual Friday

Internship Style 101: Casual Friday

by Emma Leuman, Fashion Writer Casual Friday is a godsend to those who are concerned with comfort, but it is a look that can be difficult attain in a professional setting.  When first getting accustomed to your new work environment, err on the put-together side of “casual”.  In the words […]

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Health, Lifestyle

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Spring Workout Routine: Cycling

by Andrew Connor, Lifestyle Writer Do you need a new spring workout routine? Try cycling! Do you here that? It’s the sound of birds chirping, gentle breezes, and guys in backwards baseball caps throwing around a Frisbee. Yes, it seems as if the long and harsh Wisconsin winter is completely […]

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Culture, Social

Confessions of a Sober Girl: Hook Ups

Confessions of a Sober Girl: Hook Ups

Everyone always asks me, “Edie why don’t you hook-up with boys?” And my answer always is “You obviously have never made-out with a drunk person while sober. Because if you have you would realize just how weird it is.” The real issue is that the entire time I’m thinking way […]

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