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    Alright, state your university and the department you're at!

    University of Bath
    Psychology

    Most of my lecturers dress quite casually i.e if I saw them outside uni I'd probably not guess that they were lecturers! The only lecturer who actually dresses somewhat like a lecturer (the epic professor look!) is the one I have in my philosophy module.

    Edit: the huge grammatical error in the thread title has been pointed out and acknowledged.
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    Erm....why do you care what my lecturers wear...?
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    Awfully.
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    Just.... clothes usually
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    (Original post by .Scout.)
    Erm....why do you care what my lecturers wear...?
    I'm curious.
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    My cousin said that one of his lecturers once came in bondage gear.
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    Kent
    School of Arts
    Casually. Jeans, mainly. One always wears a cap.
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    (Original post by nunugab)
    I'm curious.
    Ok...well mine wear just normal, regular, everyday clothes....jeans, shirts, blazers...
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    University of Liverpool
    Politics

    All my lecturers dress a little differently. One always wears a suit but no tie, another wears snazzy colours and sweater vests and the other one wears the same jumper tucked into his jeans every week.
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    Leeds met
    Social sciences
    quite a mix actually
    sociology - jeans and a shirt generally or theres the im working class manc who wears alot of polo neck t-shirts
    psych - the ladies always dress very smart, the one male psych lecturer iv had looked like all 0f his clothes were for someone twice the size of him, lots of tweed jackets though...
    health - all ladies - lots of black, black skirt with black tshirt/shirt and black cardigan was what they all wear always...
    and the most special of them all head of social sciences - cravate, waistcoat, oh he's special also one of my favourite lectureres
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    Sussex
    Biochemistry

    Some dress fairly smartly, like shirts and dark jeans, one sometimes chooses to come in with wet hair, a tshirt and no bra.
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    At Leeds Uni and one of my lecturers doesn't wear shoes or socks.
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    Ah glad I'm the first person to post this:

    Newcastle University
    Biomed/Physiology

    He wears Hawaiian Shirts, Shorts and a Visor. His number plate is MUCUS cos he loves the stuff!
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    My physics teacher in year 11 used to wear the same jumper each lesson, and beige trousers, and a blue shirt and a beard.

    And I say wear a beard because he didn't have it for any purpose save for the fact he wanted to hide his double chin.
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    About as badly as your grammar
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    QMUL
    English & Languages and Linguistics
    Two of them (1 from English 1 from Linguistics) dress absolutely beautifully, really classy and well-dressed. Lots of teals and blacks and slinky stuff. The rest are not exciting at all.
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    (Original post by CuthbertDibble)
    About as badly as your grammar
    Just woke up, yes it should say How do your lecturers dress! Sorry grammar nazi, I'm usually spot on.
 
 
 
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