academic dress

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Related to Academic attire: Academic robes, Graduation gown

academic dress

n
(Education) formal dress, usually comprising cap, gown, and hood, worn by university staff and students
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In addition, knowledge regarding the history and symbolic importance of academic attire is not readily diffused to students until the end of their studies--i.e.
Though higher education plays host to myriad academic symbols (university maces, medallions, stoles, chords, banners, ceremonial music, and processional practices) this article focuses on academic attire alone as it represents a common denominator encompassing most colleges and universities.
According to Michah Rynor (2000), most academic attire in Western society is based on the robe worn by the Lord High Chancellor of London, England.
Photo Courtesy -- Reserved The back to school line has an array of baseball jackets, flannel shirts, hoodies, joggers as well as T-shirts and sweatshirts with sports patterns inspired by the American football league aesthetic; hence the sport's flair and a multitude of prints, logos, emblems and patches characterize academic attire where each model has an original detail that empowers the customer to make an individual style breaking the classical sport's style.
This includes the academic attire and accessories worn at commencement.
Photo Courtesy -- Reserved The back to school line has an array of baseball jackets, flannel shirts, hoodies, joggers as well as T-shirts and sweatshirts with sports patterns inspired by the American football league aesthetic; hence, the sport's flair and a multitude of prints, logos, embellishments and patches characterize the academic attire where each model has an original detail that empowers the customer to make their individual style breaking the classical sport's style.
Property acquired include motor vehicles, ICT infrastructure, teaching and learning equipment, furniture, academic attires, registering of patents, copyrights, and trademarks from research projects.

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