A return to grunge

A look through the grunge movemnet that shaped the late 80s and early 90s.

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Justin Waldron gases at his reflection as he rides through the night Nov. 11. Grunge brought a focus on individualism, and reflecting on one’s identity. photo by Sydney Waldron

by Sydney Waldron, Design Editor

Justin Waldron gases at his reflection as he rides through the night Nov. 11. Grunge brought a focus on individualism, and reflecting on one’s identity. photo by Sydney Waldron
Brinks holds a Pearl Jam record over her face Nov 11. The face or origin of the grudge movement was the blend of heavy metal and hard rock punk that came from northeast America in the mid-1980s. photo by Sydney Waldron
Brinks smiles as she looks through a cassette tape Nov. 11. While the grunge movement may have been a fad, it still played an important role in connecting hard rock and punk into the mainstream. photo by Sydney Waldron
Brinks pulls on her shoe lace Nov 11. As grunge grew in popularity, departments and other clothing stores wanting to capitalize on this movement, they sold grunge clothing, band tees, and bucket hats. photo by Sydney Waldron
Junior Caroline Brinks skateboards through the streets of Kansas City Nov. 11. While the grunge movement may have originated in music it became known for its fashion, with bagging jeans, flannels, and layers. photo by Sydney Waldron

Brinks riffles through a stack of books Nov. 11. While books are not often thought of as part of the grunge movement they played a huge role in preserving the history and legacy of grunge. photo by Sydney Waldron.