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Students are not the only ones who are expected to follow suit with the changes. The entire faculty and staff are being held to the same standards as the students and according to Baldwin they are adjusting well. "Staff members have adjusted their attire once they have realized that their dress does not meet the student dress code," said Baldwin.

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Over time new forms of dress were added bit by bit to that simple string skirt so that by 1900 a southeastern European village woman apparel consisted of millennia of layered history. With a glance at her the onlooker could read not only her marital status but also her religion wealth textile skills and more. It was curated by Elizabeth Wayland Barber Professor Emerita of Archaeology and Linguistics Occidental College and Research Associate Cotsen Institute of Archaeology UCLA and Barbara Belle Sloan Associate Director Center for the Study of Regional Dress.

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