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Vintage Charm Goes to College

October 15, 2015

Warning: Prepare to feel nostalgic.

  Check out below to meet four of Vintage Charm’s College Brand Ambassadors! They showed their VC pride on campus and shared special places and traditions about their school! All of our ambassadors already graduated with a Vintage Charm Bachelor’s Degree in being totally awesome. Do you have a favorite spot on campus? Let us know and share the VC love!

 

University of Illinois student Serena is lounging and soaking up the October sun on the Main Quad in front of Foellinger Auditorium. Foellinger Auditorium is among the oldest buildings standing on the UIUC campus. Each year, hundreds of student groups gather on the Quad for what they call "Quad Day" in an effort to recruit new members.

Dana reppin' her VC shirt while strolling to class at Miami University under Upham Arch. According to Miami folklore, couples who kiss at the Upham Arch will get married. Alumni married to other alumni are called "Miami Mergers", and each year the Miami University Alumni Association sends Valentine’s Day cards to the couples. How adorable is that!

MIZ- ZOU! Tess is representing her Mizzou and Vintage Charm love on Tiger Plaza. Tiger Plaza is a popular meeting place for alumni, students, faculty, staff and visitors and symbolizes the pride Tigers feel in Mizzou. But the 1,200 pound bronze tiger isn't just for show. MU has seven traditions on campus that some brave students have managed to complete before graduation. Riding the tiger is one of the only legal traditions on the list, so giddy up!

VC Brand Ambassador and Elon University sophomore Lauren proudly stands in front of the Love School of Business. Every freshman is given an acorn at orientation to represent the beginning of their college careers.  At graduation, each student is then given a Shumard oak sapling to represent their growth and change throughout the four years. 

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