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Teen Shot After Sporting Sagging Shorts

sagging shorts styleOne commonality parents have across the nation is how much they detest when their sons walk out of the house with their pants half way down their thighs, belted and exposing their boxer shorts (or briefs).

Described as classless and trashy, yet trendy and hip, many schools have strict dress codes that prohibit the style.

But in Tennessee, 45-year-old Kenneth Bonds, decided to take matters into his own hands, giving an almost too dangerous literal meaning to the phrase “if looks could kill.”

Bonds, according to local law enforcement, was angry and offended when two teenage boys walked into a house in Southeast Memphis, Tennessee to buy candy with their sagging shorts. Read the rest of this entry »



Cheerleaders Protest Skimpy Uniforms

Heidi Medina, image via CT Post

Heidi Medina, image via CT Post

Heidi Medina, the cheerleading captain for Bridgeport Central High School, went before the Bridgeport Board of Education to protest the team’s midriff-bearing uniforms. The cropped tops are worn with either sweatpants or tight shorts. Skirts were also ordered for the team, but were returned because they didn’t fit any of the cheerleaders correctly. “We ask with the utmost respect you do anything in your power to help us,” said Medina. “I don’t feel comfortable wearing this.”

“It really hurts our self-esteem,” said Ariana Mesaros. “I am embarrassed to stand up here dressed like this. Is this really how you want Bridgeport to be represented?”

Team member and senior Nyasia Clemons, the uniforms do not meet National Federation Spirit Rules requirements. The rules state that “When standing at attention, apparel must cover the midriff.”

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Dressing for Success Wins Job Interviews

There is a time in every student’s life when there are judged by his or her appearance. I know this sounds shallow, but what you choose to wear in an interview will affect your chances of getting the job either positively or negatively.

Do you think someone is going to hire a person that shows up to the interview wearing torn-up blue jeans and an Affliction t-shirt? I think not. It is for this reason that you must dress for success when looking for that precious job or internship.

Most of the time, an interview is a first encounter with a businessperson. This is why it is important to reflect the dress code of the office with the attire you choose on your fateful day. If you find yourself in a situation where the dress code is unknown, a simple call to the HR department will fix your woes. Read the rest of this entry »



One Piece of Advice for College Girls

A good friend of mine is a contributor for nonsociety.com and recently featured a “guest post” written by Chiara Atik, a graduate of NYU‘s department of dramatic writing. I just so happened to stumble upon it and thought it would be nice to share. Sorry, boys, this one’s for the ladies…pajamas

Here are a few of my favorite excerpts:

“It goes without saying that you should try to meet as many people as you can, because it’ll never again be as easy as stumbling up to someone at a party and saying “Is this the line for the bathroom?” Read the rest of this entry »



Pants Optional for University of Oregon’s Frisbee Team

frisbeeIn the world of sports, there are rules to be followed.  These rules determine the playing surface, outline scoring methods, and even describe suitable uniforms. These rules are followed to allow for participation in a sporting event. In the case of the University of Oregon’s Ultimate Frisbee team, they decided to follow their own set of rules — no pants, no problem.

During a match at Oregon State University in Corvallis, five members of the University of Oregon’s team decided playing without pants or underwear would be a good decision. The ultimate Frisbee team was on probation at the time for actions involving underage drinking and noise violations toward the end of 2008. Read the rest of this entry »





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