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Eli Weiss

When current School of Music senior Jes-
sica-Eli Weiss transferred programs, LSA
missed its chance at graduating one very well
dressed doctor, writer or politico. But if all
goes as intended, Hollywood costume design-
ers will be more than happy when the design
and production major finishes her studies this
fall.
For her major, Weiss specializes in cos-
tume design. Though it may not immediately
register as the premier place for costuming,
the School of Music encompasses the theater
department, which includes the design and

production major. The concentration features
set, light and costume design, as well as stage
management.
"My sophomore year, I was still undecided
and I was taking a bunch of random courses
- nothing really spoke to me. I happened to
get into the Intro to Design course that was
in this department and I loved it," said Weiss,
who goes by her Hebrew name Eli.
After overhearing a classmate asking an
instructor for a recommendation, Weiss real-
ized she was done with LSA.
See WEISS, page 11

Rachel Arnsdorf
Poor broccoli - so rich in vitamins and
antioxidants, so painfully unsexy. If only
more fashion innovators like School of Music
junior Rachel Arnsdorf would realize the
untapped sex appeal of brassica oleracea.
"For Halloween I made a green jumpsuit
- it was '70s style with a big popped collar
and I went as 'slutty broccoli,' " said Arns-
dorf, a design and production major special-
izing in costume design.
She curled her hair and colored it green for
the costume, then further accessorized the
outfit with a broccoli charm necklace and a

waterbra
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