ANGIE SHEEP <Arts & Culture Editor> As we get used to the pace of law school (again) for the next few weeks, all of us will most likely encounter some hectic mornings (especially those not lucky enough to avoid the early classes)
Happy New Year! School year, of course. Hopefully you have all had a wonderful break and are refreshed for another exciting term. For those of you entering Osgoode’s halls for the first time, welcome and thank you for picking up the very first 2013/2014 Obiter issue. The Game of Thrones series seems to have captivated …
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> If you were too busy with summary-building to catch all the highlights of Toronto Fashion Week, read about the dominating trends here!
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> This week’s issue of the Obiter Dicta is all about “being green,”
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> To be honest, I have never been a fan of the pantsuit. I have always opted for ensembles featuring skirts, as they always seemed more flattering and feminine.
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> The great thing about fashion is that it always looks ahead and always moves forward.
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> With a shiny New Year comes shiny new clothes, and this year is no different. Runaways and fashion magazines everywhere have revealed the new looks of 2013 and distinguished the absolute must-have items amongst them.
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> Happy New Year Ozzies! It’s always nice to see how well the holidays update a student’s wardrobe. I am particularly pleased to see that the unique and classy style of 2012 was not lost in the blur of the snowy season.
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> My past articles have primarily focused on fashion in terms of clothing, leading me to realize that one vital periphery has indeed been overlooked. In this issue, therefore, I want to highlight another important aspect of one’s professional “look” – hairstyles
ANGIE SHEEP <Staff Writer> Photography: Kendall Grant This week in the fashion world, we’re taking a trip down memory lane. To clarify, by “memory lane,” I mean Osgoode’s hallowed halls. I venture you to peer into the aged, sepia-toned graduation frames that accompany you on your walk to class. A quick glance would suggest neutrals …