BY MARA MACLEAN
Yeezy Season 1 didn’t seem to be as much about the clothing, but more about West’s reasoning behind creating.
BY CAROLYN DARR
Someone who describes lines as gorgeous and certain writing as a miracle can only be a poet. Surprisingly, Linda Gregerson didn’t start writing poetry until her early twenties after she had finished her undergraduate education.
BY CHLOE GILKE
As “The Girl on the Train” sits atop the U.S. bestseller list for the second week in a row, people are clamoring to figure out how it got there.
BY MARA MACLEAN
The agenda fanatics at the Michigan Daily decided to put together a list of the most stylish and efficient for those who may be slightly lost when it comes to organizational habits.
BY ANDREW MCCLURE
If you own a black-as-night Canada Goose down jacket and you don’t live in subzero towns that are mostly white in color, hmm. If you own one and can’t explain what “down” is, you know, the stuff that keeps you warm inside that monolith of a parka, then I likely hold an unfair opinion of you.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
Beneath Taylor’s elemental regard for poetry, which strikes the observer as visceral and instantaneous, is a long and winding, self-informed study.
BY KAREN HUA
“I wanted this shop to be not just to make pretty things, but to be a place where all of that history lives and we can talk about it, not in the abstract.”
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