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Race Discussion Opens Up at Agnes Scott

Sanae L. Alaoui Staff Writer A storm of comments on an online post— one which generates over 300 likes and 100 comments—is quite noticeable at a small college like Agnes Scott. It is even more noticeable when the post brings up a reality about racial issues on campus. Students, specifically those who consider themselves a […]

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Why You Should Drop Urban Outfitters and American Apparel

    Sierra Williams Staff Writer In the case of Urban Outfitters and American Apparel, it appears that evil comes in the form of international corporations, as another year means another controversy and jump in sales. Both Urban Outfitters and American Apparel use controversy as a marketing strategy. However, they have crossed the line this […]

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Richard Flanagan Announced Winner of 2014 Man Booker Prize

Tenzin Yangchen Staff Writer Australian novelist, Richard Miller Flanagan, 53, has won 2014’s Man Booker Prize for his sixth work of fiction, The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Flanagan’s nomination was amongst two American authors who made the shortlist for the very first time. The novel was inspired by his father’s experience as a prisoner of war on […]

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Jeni’s Ice Creams Bring the Scoop to Decatur

Sydney Love Managing Editor For weeks the sign, “Jeni’s Ice Creams,” has been shining in the place of what used to be the frozen yogurt shop, Froyolo, in Decatur Square. Well, last Thursday on November 6, The Profile was invited to cover their opening event, and we jumped at the opportunity. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams […]

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Pictures of Jeni’s Grand Opening in Decatur Square

Photographs taken by Magdalena Madrzyk ’18  Last night was the opening party of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams in Decatur Square. A VIP party was held for nearby businesses from 4pm to 6pm, following with free ice cream to the public from 7pm to 10pm. Although it was chilly outside, the line remained long throughout the night, […]

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Summit Takes a Punch at First Student Meeting

Sydney Love Managing Editor Last Thursday, on October 23rd during community hour, around 25 students gathered in Buttrick G-4 for the first student-focused Summit meeting. Of the students that were present at the meeting, the majority of them included upper-class students who are involved in leadership positions on campus. No first-years were present. For those who don’t […]

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