St. John’s College vs. The US Naval Academy

It is always fun to take in a town’s whimsical festivities and quirks. In Annapolis, Maryland, one such oddball tradition spans three decades of sportsmanship rivaly: between the brass shining, honor loving, All-American Midshipmen from the prestigious U.S. Naval Academy, and a group of snotty rich kids high on marijuana or dad’s card spending limit from some small, hipster friendly LAC called St. Johns College…(anyone who goes or went there-

Weekend in Charleston, SC- Part III: The Citadel

Continued from Part II We woke up to a beautiful and chilly Sunday morning, with not a cloud in sight. My lady knew of a local’s secret diner for delicious breakfast, called the Dixie Supply. Sunday morning crowd. After dining on the lowcountry favorite, Shrimp and Grits, we head to the Historic City Market, that had been around since the late 18th century. On our way was the US Customs

Weekend in Charleston, SC – Part I: The College of Charleston

South Carolina’s State Flag: A Crescent Moon and Palmetto Tree The Lady and I took a road trip to Charleston, South Carolina to visit her old college town and to attend the annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) for Valentine’s Weekend this past February. We had an amazing time, and since the Lady considers Charleston as her second home, she was able to show me her favorite haunts and local secrets.

Washington & Lee University

Washington and Lee University is a private liberal arts university situated in the Appalachian town of Lexington, Virginia. Established as Augusta Academy in 1749, George Washington gave an endowment in 1796, and subsequently the academy was renamed after our first president. Legendary military leader and Confederate General Robert E. Lee was president of the school after the Civil War up until his death, after which Washington & Lee University was

Elon University

Elon University is a small selective, private liberal arts institution in Elon, North Carolina. 600 acres of manicured gardens, brick sidewalks, and mature oak trees helps put the campus among the most beautiful in the country. Popular for their business, communications, and their new law school, Elon rose from being a relatively unnoticed regional college to earning a very prestigious reputation in academics and collegiate atmosphere, and thus becoming a

Ole Miss: The University of Mississippi

The University of Mississippi, or better known as Ole Miss, is Mississippi’s flagship public institution and located in the town of Oxford. As a prominent southern school, it is one of the best campuses to spot young men and women dressed up in southern prep clothing. The university was founded in 1848 and is one of the top public schools in the nation. Alama Mater Way down south in Mississippi

Winter on Campus

Since half the country is covered in snow, I thought it would be appropriate to show some winter gear for when your 9am class somehow didn’t get canceled. Overcoat, Shetland sweater, OCBD, tie Chinos Blazer Field coat, Wellington boots, Burberry scarf, tweed cap Technical jacket and shoes Tweed sportscoat, duck boots Corduroy pants, more ducks, Kelty jacket Mountain Hardware Monkey Man technical fleece, brunette hair (love girls in ducks) And

Sewanee: The University of the South

You know that creepy old guy who stalks and takes pictures of sorority girls? Yeah, that’s not me, but I am starting a collection of candid pictures from preppy campuses across the country. First up is Sewanee: The University of the South, a liberal arts college in southeastern Tennessee. This was not a hard decision to make for my first photo essay, as Sewanee is easily one of the finest