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For our latest feature post, The Natty Nittany traveled to the CO-OP House to do a case study in style.  If you’re not familiar with the CO-OP House, check out this review from Fall semester to get yourself up to speed.

The gallery below was collected this past Friday night and features a variety of different styles and statements.  These images speak for themselves.

Also featured are some shots of Toxic Guava, one of the bands featured that evening.  Check them out if you get the chance – they do punk right.  Unfortunately, they aren’t anywhere on the internet yet.  Other bands included local staples the Electric Lemonade Stand and Phobos Anomaly, both of which were fantastic.

Here’s the gallery.  Enjoy.6

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