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This Issue in Young Adult Cutlure: “Allegiant”

Published on October 29th, 2013 | by Staff 12-13

Fans of the rebellious Tris Prior are in for a surprise in the final book of the “Divergent” trilogy, “Allegiant.” However, this surprise isn’t necessarily pleasant. Even though some parts of the book are interesting (i.e. ... Read More


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The Testostertones group performs "Good Life" by One Republic

Sweet Serenade

Published on October 22nd, 2013 | by Staff 12-13

Hundreds of people scrambled into the cafeteria on the evening of Oct. 12, waiting to see the choirs of Samo. While some people were finding seats, others were bidding on auction items that ranged from gifts ... Read More


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Up-and-Humming- Samo's A Cappella group

Up-and-Humming: Samo’s A Cappella group

Published on September 18th, 2013 | by Staff 12-13

Imagine a dozen girls crowded in a choir room, tapping their fingers on a single piano, their voices filling the air as they harmonize “Row Your Boat.” This was the aspiring group of singers only a few weeks ago as they prepared to audition for Valhalla, Samo’s only girls’ a cappella group on campus... Read More


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Culture—Thrift Shopping

Published on February 1st, 2013 | by Francesca Billington

Culture—Thrift Shopping   Francesca Billington and Anika Narayanan Staff Writers Internet shopping has simplified the art of finding clothing. If shopping is a caveman ecosystem, most shoppers have become sedentary farmers. However, there remains a separate ... Read More


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Weekend Activities: Live This No. 9

Published on November 30th, 2012 | by Staff 12-13

Micol Azcarate Staff Writer Slowly but surely, the oh so intimidating final week is actually approaching. Believe it or not, we only have three weekends left before the end of the semester and supposedly (at least ... Read More


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“Little Women” comes to Samo

Published on November 9th, 2012 | by Staff 12-13

Imagine war. The most immediate thing we think of are families starving, wrapped in torn blankets, men covered in blood and mud, diseases spreading like wildfire and people with grim expressions on their faces. No sunshine, ... Read More


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Dia de los Muertos

Published on November 9th, 2012 | by Anika Narayanan

Anika Narayanan Staff Writer The vibrant fusion of vivid flowers and intricate papel picado filled the walls and handmade altars of the Roberts Art Gallery, setting the mood for a time to honor both a culture ... Read More


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Future for local café Flying Saucers up in the air

Published on November 9th, 2012 | by Francesca Billington

Francesca Billington Staff Writer After three years of selling coffee and and celebrating alien culture, Samo community fixture Flying Saucers Café (306 Pico Blvd.) is currently struggling with financial difficulties. The neighborhood hotspot debuted three years ... Read More


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Weekend Activities: Live This No. 7

Published on November 9th, 2012 | by Staff 12-13

Micol Azcarate Staff Writer Unless you live in a pineapple under the sea, you probably know that Sunday was Daylight Saving Time. We moved our clocks back one hour, and now our nights are longer. So, ... Read More


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