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Spotlight On: ATA

Flipping through the latest issue of Vogue, sipping a Starbucks nonfat vanilla latte and gabbing about fashion was the stereotype associated with the student organization, TASA (Textile and Apparel Student Association). TASA was the student org associated with the TAD (Textile and Apparel Design) major and provided events pertaining to fashion and design. Many members […]

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Café Review: Indie Coffee

by Marissa Monet, Fashion Writer Indie Coffee, located on Regent Street, might be a little south of the trek most students make to class, but don’t let that be an excuse not to visit. With a bright atmosphere, live music, and great coffee, Indie Coffee is worth the small detour. The first thing any coffeehouse-lover […]

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Review: In a New Light

by Erin O’Brien, Contributing “For me photography is a way that I can express my emotions to the world in a way that other people can’t.” The In A New Light exhibit at the Overture Center for the Arts exhibited just that; express the emotions that the troubled teens of the Northwest Passage program captured […]

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Review: Mithila Painting-The Evolution of an Art Form

by Bronte Jagodzinski, Contributing Writer While I enjoyed Mithila Painting: The Evolution of an Art Form at the Chazen Museum as a whole, the exhibit for me personally felt a bit repetitive. The exhibit contains forty different pieces, all of similar style. As I looked at the many pieces, I found it easy to stare […]

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BeYOUtiful: Quick, Natural Makeup for Class

by Madeline Schmid, Contributing Writer We’ve all been there before. You have 10 minutes before you have to leave for class and you are trying to decide which steps in your beauty regime you have to skip. Well, next time you won’t have to worry with this quick and easy eye shadow tutorial. All you […]

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Living Art

by Jenna Wroblewski, Contributing Wrtier The Overture Center for the Arts hosted a live art performance from Madison Contemporary Vision Dance Company on Saturday, September 21st and Sunday September 22nd. Lights, costumes and expressive dancing came together to create a recital that was almost surreal. Depictions of artwork from the applauded artists Edgar Degas, Salvador […]

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Street Smart: Stylish Comfort

by Victoria Fok, Fashion Writer Ever since the beginning of the semester, fashion has been all about comfort. Yet when comfort is the main focus of an ensemble, style is often sacrificed. This season, yoga pants seem to be the go-to look for the average student, but in a sea of sweats-clad classmates it can […]

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The 5 Roommates You’ll Meet in College

by Chelsea Bliefernicht, Lifestyle Writer 18. That’s my number. This number, quite astonishingly, is the number of roommates I’ve endured over my collegiate lifetime. Having shared a shower and rent with 18 different girls over the span of two continents, three schools and four years, I know a thing or two about roommate conflicts. Roommates […]

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Runway Your Way: Emilio Pucci

by Anna Olla, Contributing Writer Channeling the edgier styles associated with late-sixties and early-seventies fashion, the fall 2013 Emilio Pucci collection highlighted sultry silhouettes by raising hemlines and accessorizing with bold, thigh-high boots. Deviating from the more obvious seasonal trends of tweed and leather, designer Peter Dundas played with animal prints and colorful patterns to […]

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Fashion News Recap: Phillip Plein, FEMEN Protests, COS

by Alyssa Sage, Fashion News Correspondent Phillip Plein Fueled by a determination to dismantle traditional barriers in the fashion industry, German fashion designer Phillip Plein cast all African-American models for his spring 2014 show. Known for breaking the rules and never failing to draw attention, Plein’s daring choice was certainly not out of character. “The […]

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