Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Beards: They grow on you

By Tappan Parker

December 7, 2010

Filed under Fashion

Winter break is almost upon us. The leaves are gone, the snow will soon be falling and baby, its freaking cold outside. So what do you do? Your face will still be left wide open to the chilly winter winds dedicated to making your...

Disa Brejnrot’s UStyle

By Leslie Rosenfield

November 15, 2010

Filed under Arts & Living, Fashion

Winter is fast approaching, with heavy gusts of wind roaring by the library and temperatures finally dropping into the 30s. With the weather in mind, many of us are wondering how to look stylish while keeping warm at the same time?...

UMass senior Sadi Thann first Cambodian Miss. Massachusetts contestant

By Simone Shenny

November 11, 2010

Filed under Fashion

As most college students do, Sadi Thann was struggling to find ways to pay for college. One day in early September, Thann was researching scholarships and found herself looking into the Miss Universe Pageant. Before long, Thann was accepted. The 21-year-old University of Ma...

Sharnia Dottin’s UStyle

By Kate Evans

November 7, 2010

Filed under Arts & Living, Fashion

Tired of wearing gym gear to class? Take Sharnia Dottin’s lead and dress up for the occasion! Dottin, a senior at the University of Massachusetts, stood out in Sut Jhally’s in-person “Media, PR, and Propaganda” class this past...

Mapping Fashion

By Effie Speridakos

November 3, 2010

Filed under Fashion

Italy, France, and Britain may be united under the title Western Europe, but the same cannot be said for their definition of fashion. Florence, Italy is home to good food, fine wine and some of the most revered designers in...

Five best topical costumes of 2010

By Malea Ritz

October 25, 2010

Filed under Culture, Do-it-yourself, Fashion

It’s that time of year again. The candy corn is back on store shelves, pumpkins sit on doorsteps, and overpriced Halloween costumes have returned to iParty. For most of us poor college students, these pricey outfits are out...

How to dress ‘Jersey’

By Kate Evans

October 25, 2010

Filed under Culture, Do-it-yourself, Fashion

Your friends have been pestering you for weeks now, inquiring about your Halloween costume. Unfortunately, you’ve been too busy watching Jersey Shore reruns to study for your midterms, let alone construct an original outfit....

Scarily bad Halloween costumes

By Tappan Parker

October 25, 2010

Filed under Culture, Fashion

There are two ways of scaring people on Halloween. You can wear a terrifying, gut-wrenchingly scary costume that festers on the edge of insanity. Or you can wear one of these costumes. Vuvuzela Guy/Gal If you watched socc...

Dress in group costumes this Halloween

By Ashley Berger

October 25, 2010

Filed under Culture, Do-it-yourself, Fashion

Are you that person who has a ton of friends? Do Halloween give you a headache because you and all your friends want to dress up as a group, but simply can’t find an idea that allows for enough costumes for everyone? With these...

How to make your own Pacman costume

By Jeff Mitchell

October 25, 2010

Filed under Culture, Fashion

Looking for a great group idea that will allow you and your friends to stand out amongst the hordes of cheap store bought costumes? These clever Pacman costume ideas can accommodate up to five people, but require a decent amount...

Halloween: Costumes

By Chris Shores

October 25, 2010

Filed under Fashion

Jersey Shore - Group Costumes - Pacman - Topical Costumes Scarily Bad Costumes - Need a costume? ...

John Jacobs Tells Us Why “Life Is good”

By Tyler Manoukian

October 17, 2010

Filed under Arts & Living, Fashion, Lifestyle

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, John Jacobs expressed his belief that “Good vibes are contagious” in front of the Student Union Ballroom audience. Jacobs, part of the graduating class of 1990 is the Chief Creative Optimist of Life Is...