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5A - Thursday, December 4, 2014

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EVENTS
Thursday, 1/
"Ruddigore"
6 p.m.
Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre
Friday,12/
(G)imble A Capella
concert
5:30 p.m.
MLB Aud. 3 ,
Amazin' Blue concert
5:30 p.m.
Rackham Auditorium
SSaturday, 12/6 II ''
Handel's "Messiah"
8 p.m.
Hill Auditorium
"Midnight Snack"
11 p.m.
Walgreen Drama Center
Game Night Competition
5 p.m.
Modern Languages
Building
Sunday, 1/
RC Chamber musicians
concert
2 p.m.
East Quad
Bagel Brunch
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Hillel
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Email: dailydisplay@gmail.com

The official finals
week style guide

By JACLYN NAGEL
Weekend Roundup Contributor
It's the University's
biannual fashion week. Check
out our very own runway to
find the best fashion week
trends. Oh, I'm sorry. Did I
say fashion week? I meant
finals week. FYI, the runway
is located on the second floor
of the UGLI.
ROOTS SWEATPANTS
If you're from Michigan
(or Canada), you probably
own at least three pairs
of these beauties. They're
comfortable, stylish, and
moderately overpriced. Make
sure to pick yours up in light
gray, medium gray, or dark
gray. Don't forget to pair it
with your favorite gray Roots
sweatshirt to create the
perfect groutfit.
FUZZY VEST
As the weather drops
below freezing, a fuzzy
vest is a go-to. The library's
temperature can certainly
vary and this vest will keep
you cozy without making
you pass out (or might make
a decent pillow when you hit
the ground).
UGG SLIPPERS
While the traditional Ugg
boot has gone out of style,
Ugg slippers are still on my
holiday gift list. These will
not only keep you warm on
your walk to the library, but
will also keep you comfy

throughout your all-nighter.
WOOL SOCKS
The votes are in. You finally
have a use for the 12 pairs of
SmartWool socks you bought
during your seventh grade ski
obsession. You can even pair
them with your Ugg slippers!
Talk about a fashion "do."
UGLY SWEATERS
Get into the holiday spirit
by showing off your favorite
ugly sweater! Whether it's
covered in sequins, reindeer
or snowflakes, you will
definitely stand out against
the sea of Canada Goose
jackets. With this look you
can go straight from a study
session to a party without
even stopping at home!
INFINITY SCARF
Also referred to as the
"circle scarf," this is a winter
finals staple. It's soft, stylish,
and protects your face from
the cold that is Michigan
weather. It can also serve as
a great pillow for when you
need a study break.
THE PONYTAIL
While the bun is usually
the star during spring finals,
the ponytail takes over for
winter finals week. Ponies
work great with both hats and
earmuffs (I suggest Ugg's)
and keep the hair out of your
face when studying, while
buns leave your ears to fight
for themselves against the
cold.

RELEASE DATE- Thursday, December 4, 2014
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Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis
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