Imitation is The Highest Form of Flattery — Or Is It?

Imitation is The Highest Form of Flattery — Or Is It?

Photo Credit: Amal Khan, Illustrations Editor What makes ‘offensive’ Halloween costumes offensive, and how to navigate Halloween with grace Chiara...
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Meet the “Neo” President

Meet the “Neo” President

Photo Credit: Neo Yin A quick look into the life of this year's SMCSU President Sharon Lee, Associate Features Editor...
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The Perfect Horror Movie for Your Academic Program

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Like, Subscribe, and Comment

Like, Subscribe, and Comment

Photo Credit: Maddi Bazzocco How influencers are affecting our individuality Nikki Chawla, Associate Opinion Editor With her artfully rumpled oversized...
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Kelly Library Celebrates 50 Years

Kelly Library Celebrates 50 Years

Photo Credit: Andrew Roberts, The Mike Photographer The USMC community and alumni gather to support the library at this event ...
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