Political Apparel
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  I created these shirts because I find it important to talk about politics, even if politics don’t seem like the happiest of conversation topics. “Political Apparel” was made to start a conversation amongst friends, family, and strangers. The process started out as … Read More

8 Contemporary Art Pieces to Up Your Dorm
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  If there is one thing trendsetters hold sacred, it’s contemporary art. Emma Watson modeled for her favorite artist, British painter Mark Demsteader. Miley Cyrus commissioned Nick Thomm to paint an entire wall of her house. Gucci made waves with … Read More

Stan’s Studio
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After watching all seven seasons of Californication on Netflix, I became intensely sad, empty, and content at the same time. I longed for the minutes (hours) spent in Los Angeles as Hank Moody, the unapologetic writer of Fucking and Punching, enveloped in … Read More

Young & Innovating: Andrew Glantz
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Photography: Allie Henner When you hear consumption, your first thought might be about food. Media consumption, however, has become a prominent factor in our lives due to its unimaginable reach and power. GiftAMeal blends both media and food consumption in … Read More

Wash Ave. & the Revival of STL Style
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Photography by Max Ahlborn Despite its Midwestern location, St. Louis and style are not a new pairing. At the end of World War II, St. Louis’ very own Washington Avenue was second to only New York in regards to shoes, clothing … Read More

Shadows in Architecture
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Running from your own shadow is nearly impossible; this type of magic only appears in Disney films like Peter Pan. While shadows remind us that the world is filled with light, they also tell their own story, independent of the … Read More

Food Truck Friday Finale
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Recently, food truck culture has exploded across cities all over the world. It’s unquestionably au courant to ditch your favorite sit-down or fast food joint and get your next lunch from one of these many trucks.   But if you … Read More

Five Coffee Shops for Getting Your Grind On
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      We’re well into October and things are in full swing. That means that our days are often filled with test prep, essay writing and stressing. However, I have found that seeking study solace in the coffee shops around … Read More

Charlie Le Mindu’s Rise to Fame
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Picture this: Charlie le Mindu grew up in a France, and by the age of five he already knew he wanted to be an artist. He would play with the hair of the dolls his mother bought him. From here, … Read More

Pretty In Pantone
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In 1857, a French linguist by the name of Ferdinand de Saussure developed a theory that language produces various realities, giving the famed example of the color blue: in Russian, there are two words that represent what in English we … Read More

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