Academic dress
Academic dress is a traditional form of clothing for academic settings, primarily tertiary (and sometimes secondary) education, worn mainly by those who have been admitted to a university degree (or s...
Honor cords
An honor cord is a token consisting of twisted cords with tassels on either end awarded to members of honor societies or for various academic and non-academic achievements, awards, or honors. Usually...
Doctoral hat
A doctoral hat (Finnish: tohtorinhattu, Swedish: doktorshatt) is a major part of the academic dress of Ph.D. recipients in Finland and Sweden. It is a silken top hat with a straight brim, alth...
Academic stole
An academic stole is a vestment used by various organizations to denote academic achievement. Its use includes membership of a professional organization, a high school valedictorian award, and adorns ...
Academic dress in the United Kingdom
The academic dress of the United Kingdom and Ireland has a long history and has influenced the academic dress of America and beyond. The academic square cap was invented in the UK as well as the hood ...
Ede & Ravenscroft
Ede may refer to:
Academic scarf
The wearing of academic scarves is a tradition found at many British and Irish colleges and universities. Sets of two or more coloured stripes have traditionally been used as part of the distinctive v...
Tudor bonnet
A Tudor bonnet (also referred to as a doctor's bonnet or round cap) is a traditional soft-crowned, round-brimmed cap, with a tassel hanging from a cord encircling the puggaree of the hat. As the name ...
Spitball (prank)
A school prank — to be carefully distinguished from school bullying or assault — is a prank primarily occurring in a school setting. The effect and intent of school pranks may include everyday play an...
George Shaw (academic dress scholar)
Dr George Wenham Shaw (usually published as "G.W. Shaw") (28 April 1928, Stalybridge, Cheshire — 27 November 2006, Grantchester) was a biologist and leading British expert on academic dress. He design...
Student cap
In various European countries, student caps of different types are, or have been, worn either as a marker of a common identity, as is the case in the Nordic countries, or to identify the wearer as a m...
Chinese academic dress
The academic dress of China has a long history. The ancient dress is based on the robes of officialdom and the 'degrees' were earned through the imperial civil service examinations, whilst the modern ...
Debagging
Pantsing or 'debagging' (the term used in Britain, especially historically at Oxford and Cambridge Universities in England, and derived from "Oxford bags", a loose-fitting baggy form of trousers), als...
Liripipe
A liripipe (/ˈlɪrɪˌpaɪp/; also liripoop, liripipion, liripion) is a part of clothing, the tail of a hood or cloak, or a long-tailed hood. The modern-day liripipe appears on the hoods of academic dress...
Abolla
An abolla was a cloak-like garment worn by Ancient Greeks and Romans. Nonius Marcellus quotes a passage of Varro to show that it was a garment worn by soldiers (vestis militaris), and thus opposed to ...
Robe
A robe is a loose-fitting outer garment. Unlike garments described as capes or cloaks, robes usually have sleeves. The English word robe derives from Middle English robe ("garment"), borrowed from Ol...
Barring out
Barring out is the former custom in English schools of barring a schoolmaster from the premises.A typical example of this practice was at the school in Bromfield, Cumbria, where it was the custom "for...
List of school pranks
A school prank — to be carefully distinguished from school bullying or assault — is a prank primarily occurring in a school setting. The effect and intent of school pranks may include everyday play an...
Charles Franklyn
Charles Aubrey Hamilton Franklyn (25 August 1896 – 26 November 1982(1982-11-26) (aged 86)) was a British medical doctor, and scholar of genealogy, heraldry, and academic dress. He was the ...
Square academic cap
The square academic cap, graduate cap, cap, or mortarboard (because of its similarity in appearance to the hawk used by bricklayers to hold mortar) or Oxford cap, is an item of academic head dress con...
Moon=Millenniummon
Digimon (デジモン Dejimon, branded as Digimon: Digital Monsters, stylized as DIGIMON), short for "Digital Monsters" (デジタルモンスター Dejitaru Monsutā), is a Japanese media franchise encompassing virtual pet toy...
Praxe
The Portuguese term praxe (from the Greek praxis (πρᾶξις)) describes the whole of student traditions in universities or, more often, to the initiation rituals freshmen are subjected to in some Portugu...
Academic dress of universities in Queensland, Australia
There are a number of universities in Queensland, Australia, all with distinct academic dress.
The University of Queensland follows the Cambridge pattern for its Academic regalia, the nuances in d...
White coat
A white coat or laboratory coat (often abbreviated to lab coat) is a knee-length overcoat/smock worn by professionals in the medical field or by those involved in laboratory work. The coat protects th...
Hood (headgear)
A hood is a kind of headgear that covers most of the head and neck and sometimes the face. Hoods that cover mainly the sides and top of the head, and leave the face mostly or partly open may be worn f...