campus fashion

August 29, 2016 - 11:02pm
Embracing the warm weather, students merged fall and summer trends in their back-to-school outfits.

Everyone remembers the excitement of back-to-school shopping and prepping for the first day: laying out a new outfit the night before and waking up early to get ready.

In college, some of that first day excitement still occurs, especially when it comes to figuring out what to wear.

September 11, 2012 - 3:27am
Juice Jam concertgoers dressed in their end of summer best for the annual show.

Printed tanks, plastic shades and denim shorts were the Juice Jam uniform Sunday afternoon.

About 8,500 Syracuse University students and music lovers gathered at Skytop Field on South Campus to catch Childish Gambino and Calvin Harris perform at the annual concert's biggest turnout in history.

August 27, 2012 - 5:56pm
Syracuse students dressed to impress, prepare for the weather and show off their individual styles for the inaugural day of the fall semester.

Many Syracuse University students, returning or new, planned ahead to make their fashionable debut for the coming academic year.

Syracuse is still hot and humid, so some students opted for tanktops and shorts. Many chose bright, even shocking colors to catch others' attention or combat the greyness of the day's weather. Bold prints, color blocking and oversized accessories were also a favorite.

February 21, 2012 - 8:57am
Fashionable people spotted on- and off-campus

Photographer Annie Knox spotted Pan African studies grad student Virgillo Hunter outside of the Schine Student Center. From moccasins to his military style coat, Hunter mixed and matched trends to create his own unique style.



October 10, 2011 - 7:58am
The cooler weather has revived the favorite fall accessory.

Gone are the days you can walk out of the house showing off your bare arms and legs. Now that it’s getting chillier and fall is officially here, our new best friend and fashion accessory, the scarf, can come out of hibernation.

A scarf adds that needed “oomph” to someone’s outfit. Boutique employees in Syracuse and Syracuse University students tend to think so too. Some Girls Boutique on Marshall Street has a section just for scarves.