All humans are born without clothing. Some Juniata students think that many fashion-challenged students should have been born with a directional guide on what not to wear. Students comment on the campus clothing trends that they are tired of seeing:
Ellie King, ’12, Manchester, Conn.: People wearing tights as pants. Wear pants. It is cold out.
Amanda Broadwell, ’10, Newfoundland, N.J.: Skirts and boots. It is not logical.
Rachel Reimer, ’13, Altoona Pa.: SPANDEX ARE NOT PANTS!
Hannah Miller, ’13, Hanover Pa.: Terry-cloth lounge things…. like the matching zip-up sweater and pants. They remind me of the ’90s and rich, blond-highlighted, French-tipped mothers who have nothing to do but walk their tiny dogs.
Meg Hourigan, ’13, Memphis N.Y.: Fake blonde (hair) and booty shorts in February (not necessarily together).
Andrew Medlyn, ’12, Towson Md.: The combination of Ugg boots and a North Face was unoriginal when the trend first began, yet bizarrely remains popular.
-Erin Kreischer ‘13, Juniata Opinion Online Journalist