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Fall 2014 Print Issue

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The Style Diaries

The Style Diaries: Rachel

The Style Diaries: Rachel

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The Mini: Crystallize

The Mini: Crystallize

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Lifestyle, Traditions

Holiday Traditions: ‘Twas the Night Before

Holiday Traditions: ‘Twas the Night Before

by Courtney Pelot, Lifestyle Writer When I was almost one year old, on Christmas of 1994, my mom bought a giant version of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. This version was also a coloring book. It took a month and quite a few crayons for my mom to finish coloring […]

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Life, Men's, Style

Fresh Under $50: Moda’s 2014 Gift Guide for Guys

Fresh Under $50: Moda’s 2014 Gift Guide for Guys

Buying for a guy isn’t easy: the intersection between what’s trending and what suits him can be vast and confusing. But look to the fashionable male zeitgeist and you’ll notice a few themes: elegance, simplicity, timelessness and practicality. Perhaps, then, that is why the guys at Moda compiled this list: […]

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Lifestyle, Traditions

Holiday Traditions: Notes of Love

Holiday Traditions: Notes of Love

by Phebe Myers, Contributing Writer Some people enjoy going Christmas shopping in July or blasting holiday music in October. For me, the festive holiday season doesn’t start until December 1st. When I was younger, my mom, a firm believer in all things advent, used to hang 24 baby socks from […]

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Lifestyle, Traditions

Holiday Traditions: Christmas Caroling

Holiday Traditions: Christmas Caroling

by Paige Cero, Contributing Writer I grew up in a neighborhood where many families had kids around the same age. My mom had the idea of teaching the kids Christmas Carols and then heading out with our family friends for a night of caroling. After our first winter caroling, she […]

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Art, Fine Arts

The Water Dress: Iris van Herpen takes a risk in the fashion industry

The Water Dress: Iris van Herpen takes a risk in the fashion industry

By Sarah Friedland, Contributing Writer What happens when you throw water at a model? No, she doesn’t scream. You get a beautiful, one-of-a-kind dress. Iris van Herpen, a Dutch fashion designer came up with the idea for her water dress after much success with her Spring/Summer 2010 Collection “Crystallization,” previewed […]

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Editor's Picks, Lifestyle

Move Over Movember: Hello Dressember

Move Over Movember: Hello Dressember

by Allie Jeka, Lifestyle Writer   For the first time, UW-Madison women are participating in Dressember, an international movement to raise money for the 30 million women, men and children currently trapped in modern-day slavery. Open up your closets women. This is a cause you can’t ignore. To honor Dressember […]

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Art, Film & Television

Movie Meet Cutie: Ida (2013)

Movie Meet Cutie: Ida (2013)

By Marcie Waters, Arts Columnist Ida (2013), a film by Polish director, Pawel Pawlikowski, was screened on campus recently by the WUD Film Committee. It stars Agata Kulesza as Wanda and Agata Trzebuchowska as Anna.The film takes place in 1960s Poland and follows Anna, a young, orphaned woman about to take her vows to become a nun, who is sent to […]

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Health, Men's, Style

Beyond No-Shave November: Beard Maintenance Basics

Beyond No-Shave November: Beard Maintenance Basics

by Jake Hollister, Contributing Writer No-Shave November is finally over! This article goes out to the troopers who’ve braved the No-Shave November challenge and decided to keep their precious facial hair (or anyone with a beard for that matter). After November, some students become first time bearders and have no […]

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Art, Fine Arts

Make Up Masterpiece: Klimt Gold

Make Up Masterpiece: Klimt Gold

By Karina De-Bourne, Contributing Writer Gustav Klimt is well known in the art world for his use of gold paint. The abstract patterns Klimt creates with the paint give a gorgeous contrast to his realistic figures. Here, I’m going to show you how you can incorporate shimmery gold into your […]

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