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Photo courtesy of Huffington Post  Story by Christin Trammell / Contributing Writer Being a college student, sometimes it’s easier just to slip into sweatpants and a hoodie for class, but it is possible to remain cozy and trendy for the future freeze. These upcoming 2018 runway trends may appear a little “over the top” for …

Photo by Andrew Wigdor / Sidelines Archive There’s a certain type of sound that best accompanies the coldest nights of the winter months. Since many tend to find themselves curling under blankets for warmth, it seems preferred that the music we choose to accompany us reflects the frigid atmosphere that we attempt to shield ourselves …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Even though the long-awaited holidays are a thing of the past, Santa left frigid temperatures in his wake. The sky is a dark, wintry gray, the icy grass crunches with every step and the spring semester has found us all too soon. Is there anything to save us from the winter …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / MTSU Sidelines It’s 6 a.m. If it were any other day, I’d hit the snooze button and heave a pillow over my head. But today is different. Today is Christmas. The thought of what awaits me right outside my door leaves me giddy, as if I’m once again the towheaded …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by Wendy Anderson / Contributing Writer Winter and the season’s frigid temperatures are here; just take a step outside and see for yourself. The cold doesn’t always have to be horrid, though; in fact, there’s no better time to flaunt your sense of fashion than in the chilled months of …

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Story and photos by Emily Austin // Contributing Writer The snow days on campus are over, and the weather is now in a weird in-between stage. The day may start off at 60 degrees and then slowly plummet to 30 degrees by your last class. This can leave you constantly checking the weather app on your phone …