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From the depths of the Exhibit Museum to the crime pages of the Daily, our tour of campus starts here.

Fashion Police Meet Michigan students who patrol for style and bust bogus trends. They toe the thin blue line to bring you fashion tips and insights — on campus and off. by Lauren Proux THE CRIME FIGHTER: Emily Munier, a first-year stu-

dent, prefers to stay true to her own fashion.
 “I dress however I feel like dressing and that can change from day to day.” She has, however, found a wardrobe niche to fill since arriving on campus: “Fancier clothes to go out in.”

FASHION TIP: Lock up unshapely jeans. Instead, try jeans

that compliment your figure. FASHION MISDEMEANOR ON RECORD: Floral leggings — a

faux pas from her elementary school days. ON WHAT NOT TO WEAR: Find someone who will tell you

the truth about your outfit. Munier consults her older sister on her look because not only will she get a straight answer, but “[my sister] is good at keeping my individual style in mind when she gives advice and tips.” ADVICE TO FASHION PAROLEES: Munier encourages

others not to lose sight of their personal preferences. “Never change your style for others; only change your style for you.”

PHOTOS Austin Thomason/U-M Photo Services


Excavating Ann Arbor A professor puts his archaeological expertise to use near campus by Grace Shackman

SPRING 2011 / LSA Magazine


Crime and Punishment  

Spring 2011 issue of LSA Magazine.

Crime and Punishment  

Spring 2011 issue of LSA Magazine.