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“Because after all, it’s what you wear and it’s kind of a reflection of your own personality…”

This LOTW features Ignacy Jurjewicz ’20, who expresses his love for color through his monochromatic outfits.

For more coverage, visit phillipian.net to read Arts & Leisure’s article on Jurjewicz.

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Commentary

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Editorial

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