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Soy Sauce for Beginners, A Journey Between Singapore and the States

Kelsey Gay Co-Editor-in-Chief Kirstin Chen’s Soy Sauce for Beginners is a fiction novel narrated by a thirty-year-old Chinese-Singaporean transplant who moves back to Singapore from San Francisco to help her family’s soy sauce company while divorcing her American husband. I know you’re tempted, but don’t assume from the description alone that this novel is about […]

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Lea Michele Steps Out of Glee to Release Album

Charity Outlaw Staff Writer From her heartrending Broadway performance as Wendla Bergman in the Tony Award-winning musical, Spring Awakening to unwittingly stealing our hearts as the overweening star in Glee, Lea Michele is hardly a novice in show business. regardless of her already established fame, Louder is in fact the powerhouse singer’s debut album. Aside […]

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Honor Court Case Reveals Uncertainties Around Cheating

Kebreht Walker Staff Writer   On Feb. 6 2014, 240 Agnes Scott students attended an Honor Court sponsored event that has not happened in nearly 40 years: an Agnes Scott student appealed to the student body to overturn an Honor Court ruling. The case been heard was that of Tierra Baker ‘15, a student appealing […]

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William Fitzsimmons Lions Will Make You Ache for Summer

Charity Outlaw Staff Writer Well known for his indie-rock, bluegrass inspired treatment of Katy Perry’s 2008 pop hit, “I Kissed A Girl,” William Fitzsimmons is entrancing in his seventh studio album, Lions, a gorgeous summery indie album. Fitzsimmons has the beard of a biker in a motorcycle gang, but the voice of angel. And though […]

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Immigration Bill Targets Georgia’s DACA, ASC Student Fights Back

Kelsey Gay Co-Editor-in-Chief Republican state senators attempted to keep Georgia’s undocumented youth from obtaining driver’s licenses this week despite the federal government’s grant of temporary status given to Georgia’s DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) population in 2012. With over 16,000 DACA candidates in Georgia, the proposed Senate Bill 404 would keep young immigrants out […]

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Hart and Ice Cube ‘Ride Along’ the Box Office

Precious Sidwell Staff Writer Tim Story has created another successful film with his new comedy Ride Along. This film follows Ben Barber (Kevin Hart) as he tries to get approval to marry his girlfriend Angela (Tika Sumpter). Ben has to go through the main man her life to ask his permission for her hand in […]

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