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Seth

Seth.  On Beaver Ave.

This screams punk, and I love it.  The paint spattered jacket is fitting (he’s an art major) and the “pleated pants with tennis shoes” look is a great complement, but that hair!  It’s incredibly unique and makes this lo-fi look one of a kind.

Vintage

“The Lone Employee”.  In The Rag & Bone.

Hip guy working in a vintage clothing store?  This is perfect.  End of story.

Bike

A Bicycle.  On Beaver Ave.

This is a great accessory, possibly one of the best bicycles I’ve seen on campus.  It’s no Vespa, but a million scene points to whoever owns this bicycle – even if it’s Graham Spanier.

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