In Brief

College-branded scents may soon waft beyond personal hygiene

In what may win the new year’s “Huh, I never would have thought of that” award, colleges and universities nationwide have commissioned the creation of signature perfumes and colognes aligned with their scholastic brand.

Texas A&M; for instance, has released a rose, vanilla and apple scent that evokes the colors and landmarks of its campus. The University of Florida has a women’s perfume accented with citrus and floral notes inspired by the state’s tropical flora, while the University of Oklahoma’s men’s cologne combines spices, musk and flower aromas to match the smells of that campus in springtime.

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