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A new season to impress in a dress

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Brianna McKnight Staff Writer Spring showers bring spring dresses! Spring is an amazing time of the year for many reasons. The flowers are in bloom, the weather isn’t usually a problem and everyone seems a little happier. This spark of happiness is a reaction to the clothing that comes back with the start of the…

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Jeans are making a comeback

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Brianna McKnight Staff Writer Jeans may have been dropping in popularity from 2013 to 2014, but this year they may break a sales record. Jeans are popular in about every style right now, especially since trends are being pulled from multiple decades. There are so many different looks that can be taken on just by…

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Transition clothing for the spring

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By Brianna McKnight Staff Writer Now that winter is coming to an end —, for real this time, it is time to start transitioning your outfits from dull colors and layers to brighter colors and lighter weight clothing. This transition won’t be all that simple. Mostly because Mother Nature loves watching our confused selves adapt…

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Fashion brings back ‘80s this Spring

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By Brianna McKnight Contributing Writer Spring 2017 is coming up soon, and it’s introducing many new trends. It is bringing back old trends, as well as keeping some existing trends that are already in style. The new styles introduced during the fashion weeks’ in Paris and New York City consist of many trends that might…

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Dealing with bipolar weather in style

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This past weekend many of us were probably getting ready to pack away winter jackets and boots. Then we learned that we acted too soon on welcoming the beautiful weather, because Tuesday came and so did the snow. I know getting dressed for class can be a difficult task when dealing with “bipolar” weather, but…

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Fashion: Out with the old

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By Simone Robinson Staff Writer Since spring is fast approaching, it’s time to let go of the old and make way for the new, particularly with our wardrobes. It may seem difficult at first, as many fall into a forgetful slump or develop an attachment to torn or faded favorites, but there is always room…

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Soak up the sun

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With spring beginning today, students may have noticed all this Western New York snow starting to melt and the sun shining a little more than usual.  Some students said the sunshine might bring about newfound positivity.  Others said they are excited to start planning for upcoming events on and off campus “Spring is symbolic of…

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Bonnies breaking free

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By Luis Rodriguez Staff Writer   St. Bonaventure students can wipe the sweat from their brows as they escape exams at least for a week. As the last classes before spring break wind down, students are packing and planning their return home. Students said spring break last year was inconvenient for them because of how…

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Students should have access to hoops

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By Nate West Managing Editor We were trapped inside for far too long this winter. Finally we’ve had a few days of sunshine, and we need to take advantage of the weather. I enjoy playing sports outside to take get my exercise for the day. Since coming to college, one of my favorite sports to…

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Easter elegance

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By Majella Shields Staff Writer Welcome to this week’s Fashion Focus. Easter is just around the corner, and it’s one of my favorite times of year. Easter is Christianity’s oldest holiday, in which Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The date changes slightly every year, falling on a Sunday between March 21 and April…

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Sneaking to spring

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By Majella Shields Staff Writer Welcome to this week’s Fashion Focus. This week finally felt like spring. The sun is shining, the temperatures are above 30, the sidewalks are clear and snow-free and everyone is smiling. With this change in weather comes a change in your wardrobe. Although the sun may be a bit deceiving,…

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Spring into Fashion

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By Majella Shields Staff Writer I hope you all had a lovely spring break. A lot of people would argue that it is not quite spring, and looking out the window, it ‘s clear they’re right. I was lucky enough to visit Florida for spring break. The sun and warm weather got me excited about…

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Bonnies love this: Spring break

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What’s the secret to spring breaking like a Bonnie? Crashing at your grandma’s condo in Florida because Bonaventure’s vacation occurs about a month before the rest of the college world starts thinking about spring break season. Although we might not have the type of wild break you see on MTV, we can rest assured knowing…

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Springtime fashion shines

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By Jillian Hammell Assistant Features Editor Put away the winter jackets and heavy boots, because spring has finally graced Bonaventure with its presence. The time has arrived for us to re-introduce our skin to the sun. It is time to consult your closet and find the best looks of spring 2013. Colorful prints made their…

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Ruggers ready to begin spring season

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By Mike Specht Staff Writer The men’s rugby team plans to kick off its spring season tomorrow at the South Buffalo Collegiate Rugby Tournament at Father Conway Park. After a fall season that landed the Bonnies a place in the DI-AA USA Rugby National Championship, the team has prepared for what they hope will be…

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SBU strikes out early

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By Pat Tintle Contributing Writer Even though the softball team has not played in the Atlantic 10 playoffs in three years, Head Coach Mike Treehouse is confident in the program’s future. “If we keep walking forward and get better every day, the wins will start coming,” Threehouse said. The Bonnies are coming off a 17-27…

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