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The Style Diaries: Rachel

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The Mini: Crystallize

The Mini: Crystallize

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Men's, Style

Watches Under $150: A Guide for the Budding Collector

Watches Under $150: A Guide for the Budding Collector

by Jameson Zaballos, Contributing Writer Once you buy your first great watch you won’t want to stop. To some it may seem like hoarding, but watch collecting takes a keen eye and a lot of knowledge. If you’re looking to up your wrist wear, it’d do you good to start here. However, […]

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Fashion, Style Radar

Style Radar: Gigi Hadid

Style Radar: Gigi Hadid

by Emma Leuman, Fashion Writer Model off-duty is one of those terms that gets thrown around a lot in the fashion world.  It’s the style that everyone wants to emulate: that effortless, timeless look that will never go out of fashion. The new generation of up-and-coming models have done nothing […]

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Fashion, Stylistics

Stylistics: Gingham

Stylistics: Gingham

by Maya Campbell, Contributing Writer Print is often tricky to style, but gingham in particular is quite daunting to embrace. Though it is generally monochromatic, its checkered pattern and picnic table associations turn many people away. According to the Spring 2015 runways, however, gingham will be a staple in all […]

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Fashion, News Recap

France’s Ban on ‘Skinny’ Models: The War on Too Thin

France’s Ban on ‘Skinny’ Models: The War on Too Thin

by Maya Campbell, Contributing Writer There is often a dialogue on how fashion imagery affects the perception of both desirable and undesirable bodies. Without a doubt, there is a correlation between media representation of western beauty standards and the overwhelming obsession broader society and impressionable youth have to be thin. […]

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Fashion

Marissa Webb’s Retail Debut for Banana Republic

Marissa Webb’s Retail Debut for Banana Republic

by Alyssa Sage, Fashion Writer As we’re becoming better acquainted with the dress-appropriate weather and floral displays of the spring season, we’re figuratively bidding adieu to the old and eagerly embracing the new. In the case of Banana Republic’s Spring 2015 Collection this translates into nixing basic, rather outdated office […]

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Health, Lifestyle

Do a Squat, Not a Shot

Do a Squat, Not a Shot

by Allie Jeka, Lifestyle Editorial Assistant Playing this exercise game will allow you to feel free to glue your eyes to Netflix without a guilty conscience. This is like the drinking games people commonly play during TV shows such as the Bachelor, where you drink every time you see a […]

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Fashion, Style Radar

Style Radar: Underwear as Outerwear

Style Radar: Underwear as Outerwear

by Taylor Lee-Clarahan, Contributing Writer Underwear as outerwear is by no means an innovative concept. Yet, like with all things fashion, recycling can be just as refreshing as its original debut. Since the notion’s introduction in the ‘80s, silk slips as dresses, bras as tops and very visible undergarments have […]

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Art, Fine Arts

The White Wall: “Baigneuse Debout” by Renoir

The White Wall: “Baigneuse Debout” by Renoir

By Erin Green, Arts Columnist Get out your berets and treat yourself to some delicious macarons because this week, we’re talking about a favorite French Impressionist, Auguste Renoir! Most know Pierre-Auguste Renoir for his lively and colorfully expressive paintings. Typically lumped together with Monet, Degas, and other well-known 19th century French artists, […]

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DIY, Lifestyle

Transform your Budding Desk into a Blooming Workspace

Transform your Budding Desk into a Blooming Workspace

by Darby Hoffman, Contributing Writer   Spring cleaning at its finest includes addressing the workspace. Create a space that will motivate and promote positivity as your first order of seasonal business. Its’s the dawn of the spring season, and it’s understandable that your space may be in desperate need of […]

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Art, Theater

BARE: A Pop Musical

BARE: A Pop Musical

By: Lanni Solochek, Arts Writer Tragic, same-sex love stories rarely leave the pages of teenage fanfiction. Mercury Players Theater and OUT!Cast Theatre’s BARE: A Pop Musical offers not only a leap from the computer screen to the stage, but an in-depth story of forbidden love, societal pressures and split second […]

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