Style

Clara Scott

There’s something really magical about being a different person for a day. Whether it’s just you but fancier or a complete disguise, dressing up in any way is generally a hoot, no matter the time of the year. Of course, with Halloween this week, I’ve been thinking about this quite a lot.

NOSELL

Hailing from the East Coast and the diner capital of the United States (New Jersey) I was a little caught off guard when I arrived at the University and all of the in-state kids kept talking about “Coney Island.” I imagined the residential Brooklyn neighborhood, which is swarmed by tourists

Maxwell Schwarz

Haunted hayrides and canvas bags full of apples — these are the things that made me.

NOSELL

Chanel stunned with classic silhouettes, Cecilie Bahnsen was nothing short of a textural dream and Valentino has us prepping our summer whites, and it’s only the Oct. 9. From Paris, Milan, Copenhagen to New York, Fashion Month was a whirlwind.

NOSELL

The tween mentality is no longer just for tweens, it’s for everyone and their mothers, literally.

Maxwell Schwarz

There’s a combined total of over 425 miles of Michigan Lefts stretching across each of these pleasant peninsulas. Their purpose is safety. But their function is humility.

Eli Rallo

Both good games and bad games, home team and away team, everyone attending the Big House has one thing in common: We’re all hungry.

NOSELL

Artaud himself was a figure lightly associated with the surrealist movement in the early 20th century, famous for conceptualizing the “theater of cruelty,” where “cruelty” refers to the action of shocking the audience through more than just the words of the characters and the plot of the play, but also with gesture, lighting and sound.

Maxwell Schwarz

I’ve spent a very small portion — albeit, the more blunderous part — of my life living in Ohio.

Ian Harris

Faced with the death of iTunes and the increasing feeling that I was depriving myself of quality music listening time by having to look up songs on YouTube and listen to ear splitting YouTube ads when I biked around campus, more and more I thought that joining Spotify might not be the worst decision I’d ever made. Why had I fought against it all these years? Was it really because I hated “media socialism?”