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Fashionable goals for the new year

Tatum Eschenburg ’25
Members of the Fashion Club displaying their outfits to kickoff the beginning of the club.

Fashion Club is a student-led club dedicated to all things fashion. Whether it’s teaching students how to show creativity through their outfits, spicing up a wardrobe on a budget or arranging new ways to help the community, Fashion Club covers it all.

The club meets every Thursday at 7:30 am in room 205, anyone interested is welcome to come to the meetings. Fashion Club is run by student presidents Sage Porter ’24, Kai Tibbits ’24 and Louis Cierpial ’24, as well as the teacher advisor Elizabeth Bornoty.

“Every meeting starts with a “fit check” where students go through their outfits and state what they’re wearing that day,” Porter said. “Next we usually discuss popular fashion topics and we work on getting new members.”

Students who love fashion and culture, are interested in learning about the history and trends of fashion, how to sew their own clothes or simply want to discuss things fashion-related, might want to look into joining the Fashion Club. The club also discusses things deeper than fashion, like how to recruit new members and new opportunities to better the community.

“The group not only discusses fashion but also discusses its impact on society,” Bornoty said. “They are also discussing ways to fundraise, get more students involved in the group, and host clothing drives or “thrift shopping” opportunities.”

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Tatum Eschenburg ’25
Tatum Eschenburg ’25, Staff Writer
Tatum Eschenburg ’25 is going into her first year on Tower staff. Her love for writing pushed her to take Honors Journalism, and now she’s moving up. Eschenburg is a member of Peer to Peer, enjoys connecting with the other students at school and is excited to engage with the Tower staff. She is ready to help the staff make this year of the Tower great and write stories she is passionate about and try different social media. Eschenburg is ready to take on the Tower this year and is eager to write stories. “I really like reading and writing, and English in general,” Eschenburg said. “I am really excited to voice my opinion and write opinion stories this year.”

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