Is there such a thing as too many stickers?

Check out these decked out laptops

‘Cuse students seem to have a grasp on every aspect of surrounding the college life style, including the personalization of every student’s best friend, their laptop.

Whether you are studying in Carnegie or hanging in Schine, you are bound to see a laptop decked out with stickers ranging from a cartoon pizza slice to Otto the Orange to a medley of Greek letters.

College students love expressing their individualism while following the latest trends and we can clearly see this by means of laptop art.

This form of expression is showcasing not only your style and personality but your interests. Who knew you could find out so much about a person based on what they stick on their laptop?

For the guys;  you may even want to use the stickers on that cute girl’s laptop you see at Starbucks on Marshall to break the ice… ask her about her stickers and your already halfway to your first date.

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 “I got a few of these to show my love for hunting and wakeboarding, I think they look cool” Freshman Stacia Sakadolsky told me about her stickers. “The 777 one is for the plane my dad flies.”

“I got a few of these to show my love for hunting and wakeboarding, I think they look cool,” freshman Stacia Sakadolsky told me about her stickers.

“The 777 one is for the plane my dad flies.”

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 Freshman Emma Lipstone was very excited when her order of stickers from Redbubble came in. “I like them because they represent who I am.”

Freshman Emma Lipstone was very excited when her order of stickers from Redbubble came in.

“I like them because they represent who I am.”

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For the more creative stickers, like the ones of cartoon pizza or popular memes- ‘Cuse students go to REDBUBBLE to find the latest in graphic laptop stickers.

On this website, artists submit original work to sell as graphics on stickers, t-shirts and more.

There are even a few ‘Cuse themed stickers featured on the website, made by Katie Farello, a student at Tulane University.

She created an quirky Otto and other orange stickers that bring a trendy look to add to your arrangement of stickers.

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