Monday, March 25

First-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Amit Pujari is part of a group of students participating in No Shave November. Some students said they partake because of trendiness and comfort, though others criticized the unequal participation by genders and the lack of awareness towards the cause. (Kailey Rishovd/Daily Bruin)

Hype overshadows true purpose of No Shave November campaign

Amit Pujari felt like a gorilla at a November wedding when he was 16 years old. The first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student was not clad in a leftover, full-bodied Halloween costume; he was embracing an untamed, full beard for No Shave November. Read more...

Photo: First-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Amit Pujari is part of a group of students participating in No Shave November. Some students said they partake because of trendiness and comfort, though others criticized the unequal participation by genders and the lack of awareness towards the cause. (Kailey Rishovd/Daily Bruin)

First-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Amit Pujari is part of a group of students participating in No Shave November. Some students said they partake because of trendiness and comfort, though others criticized the unequal participation by genders and the lack of awareness towards the cause. (Kailey Rishovd/Daily Bruin)


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