Dress For Success -- Or Drop Out of B-School

Some Illinois State University business school students are no longer allowed to dress like scrubs to go to class.

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Some Illinois State University business school students are no longer allowed to dress like scrubs to go to class, the Daily Vidette reports. In an effort to normalize khaki pants, polo shirts, and pastel-colored twinsets, teachers will kick out students who do not follow the newly minted dress code, which bans flip-flops and pajama pants. "We know how important it is for students to have an extra edge," says marketing professor Linda Showers. —Alison Go