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I spent my entire all-girls high school career in heavy, grey pleated skirts, polo shirts and quarter zips. My hair was either in a french braid or a barely brushed ponytail and pink Crocs covered my toes (yes, I said Crocs). When I was feeling fancy, I would maybe put on a pair of Sperry’s.
I discovered the greatness that is Timothée Chalamet when he graced the screen of the AMC in Georgetown, as Elio in the Oscar-winning, “Call Me By Your Name.” Sure, he is a phenomenal actor, but the way he rocked 80s fashion trends in that film – printed short-shorts, white leather converse and Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses – made him the trendiest prepster I had seen since Andrew McCarthy in John Hughes’ “Pretty in Pink.”
Welcome to the final episode of “Quarter-Life Closet Crisis,” a new audio miniseries from the Style section of The Miami Student.
Welcome back to “Quarter-Life Closet Crisis,” a new audio miniseries from the Style section of The Miami Student.
Welcome to “Quarter-Life Closet Crisis,” a new audio miniseries from the Style section of The Miami Student.
My favorite piece of clothing from my closet is a 50s-style yellow dress with a full-skirt and a tight bodice. I’ve worn it on exactly two occasions. Once to my high school baccalaureate mass and the other to my sister’s 8th-grade graduation brunch. At that brunch, the zipper broke as soon as I exited the car. And, I am not going to lie, I had a bit of a fit. After all, this was my favorite dress.
Before Jeff Pegues glossed television screens across the country as CBS News' Justice and Homeland Security correspondent, he was a football player at Miami University with a pre-med major with his eyes set on the NFL.
Everyone has a raunchy, guilty pleasure television show.
Revered general, Charles Duke, was in tenth grade when he decided he wanted to serve his country. Duke knew he wanted to fly planes and he did, but he never imagined he would land a lunar module on the moon.
With the investigation into the alleged Russian hacking of the 2016 presidential election in full-force and Trump's ordered missile strike in Syria complete, it poses the question -- will the United States ever be able to make amends with Russia?