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Emily Reed ’14 Publishes First Book on Fairy Tales and Queer Characters

  As a recent alum of Agnes Scott College, there is no doubt that Emily Reed ’14 is still considered a familiar face amongst students. You may see her reciting her poetry at Java Monkey, attending events hosted by Agnes Scott’s English Department or simply catching up with friends on campus. She holds a degree […]

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Join The Profile!

Happy spring semester! Due to the start of another semester, The Profile is looking to further build its team. Here are the positions we are currently looking to fill: Writers Editors Photographers Web Editor Social Media Managers For more information on these positions and their roles, click here. Requirements for staff members: Staff writers are expected to contribute […]

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Review of The Walking Dead, Season 5 (Episodes 1-4)

Abigail Biles Entertainment Editor  Over the past five seasons, The Walking Dead has rocketed to the top of today’s pop culture scene with record breaking viewership in both premieres and finales. Season five’s opener in early October proved no different. With a record-breaking 17 million viewers, TWD has upped the hype and revolutionized the game […]

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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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