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Raise a Wand for Fantastic Beasts

Raise a Wand for Fantastic Beasts

Nadya Shahin-Cobourn, Staff Writer
December 10, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them brings magic back to the screen and does not disappoint.

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Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters

Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters

Christina Kelley, Culture Editor
December 9, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

“He lives in a dream life,” said a girl who was carefully navigating her way through the spellbound crowd in the Guillermo del Toro Exhibit at LACMA.

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The Culinary Guide to Your Allergy Needs

The Culinary Guide to Your Allergy Needs

Emily Flores, Staff Writer
December 7, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

Restaurants accommodating allergies are popping up left and right these days. I narrowed down some of the best allergy- friendly restaurants in Los Angeles. Of course, to be safe you should always tell your server about any food allergies before ordering. Once you read this list, go out and try these tasty new places!

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SMC Brings Thanksgiving to International Students

SMC Brings Thanksgiving to International Students

Daniel Lee, Staff Writer
November 23, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories, Trending Stories

For the first time, SMC hosted Thanksgiving dinner in the cafeteria on Tuesday. This event was especially designed for international students, who usually do not have family close by and home is either too far or too expensive to visit.

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Behind The Scenes: An Interview with Narcos’ Jorge Ochoa

Behind The Scenes: An Interview with Narcos’ Jorge Ochoa

Daniel Lee, Staff Writer
November 19, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

The Corsair sits down with "Narcos" actor André Mattos to hear what it's like to play notorious drug trafficker Jorge Ochoa.

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International Education Week Takes SMC Around the World

International Education Week Takes SMC Around the World

Caroline Marriott and Christina Kelley
November 19, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

Students from around the world filled the quad on Tuesday to represent their respective countries and inform others of their hometowns.

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Theater Department Stages Four Samuel Beckett Shorts

Theater Department Stages Four Samuel Beckett Shorts

Rebecca Singleton, Staff Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

Because his works are timeless it seems almost inevitable that a few Samuel Beckett plays would inevitably make their way to the SMC studio stage.

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Science Lecture: Food, Health, and Happiness

Science Lecture: Food, Health, and Happiness

Caroline Marriott, Staff Writer
November 3, 2016
Filed under Culture, Trending Stories

Why do our food choices matter? How can we feed ourselves and save the planet? These are questions that Bonnie Modugno, MS, RN, nutrition consultant, speaker, and author answered at this week’s science lecture at SMC. She discussed dietary choices and their influences on our health and the environment.

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Club Row Takes the Quad by Storm

Club Row Takes the Quad by Storm

Christina Kelley, Culture Editor
October 28, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

More than 60 Santa Monica College clubs gathered on campus Thursday for SMC’s “Club Row” sponsored by the Inter-Club Council.

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SMC’s Giant Tree

SMC’s Giant Tree

Christina Kelley, Culture Editor
October 23, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

“We call it the ‘Rubber Tree,” Tom Corpus, SMC’s Grounds Supervisor says about the ever so famous Moreton Fig tree on campus.

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The Black Parade Turns Ten

The Black Parade Turns Ten

Jacob Hirsohn, Editor-in-Chief
October 21, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

On it's tenth anniversary, My Chemical Romance's "The Black Parade" album is still the best rock album of the century.

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Cycling Through the Heart of Los Angeles

Cycling Through the Heart of Los Angeles

Andrew Aono, Staff Photographer
October 20, 2016
Filed under Culture, Top Stories

Miles of streets were closed off to cars in a bicycle and pedestrian only path that started at MacArthur park for this Sundays CicLAvia.

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