Although Tiger spirit has been a constant at MU since the first football team was fielded in 1890, Homecoming fashions have come and gone. From fur-trimmed coats to black and gold body paint, students have sported fashion favorites and faux pas. Laurel Wilson, curator of the MU historic costume and textiles collection, and Gayle Strege, curator of the Ohio State University historic costume and textiles collection, offered their expertise to break down Homecoming attire during the 20th century.
Tiger Threads: MU Homecoming history in fashion
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