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A Look into the Inspiration of Ian McFarlane

Ian McFarlane (he/they), the newest Resident Designer for the Drama Studies, Screen Studies, and Popular Culture Departments graciously let us in on a sneak peek of his newly acquired position at Mt. A. When I first walked into their

Weathering the Midterm Storm

Midterms often bring with them a whirlwind of emotions. The anticipation of exams, the pile-up of assignments, and the general pressure to perform can sometimes feel overwhelming. It is essential to recognize that these feelings are not just academic

Dear Cupid

Dear Cupid, can you please strike me with your arrow? I’ve been carrying my heart with me wherever I go. Waiting for the right moment, waiting for love to grow. But instead, the world seems filled with nothing but

What’s Hiding in Your Beer and Fries?

Using Population Genomics to Quantify Mycotoxin Chemotypes in Our Food Crops Many of the foods and beverages we eat daily, including yogurt, fries, beer, and sourdough bread, contain small living organisms’ unseen by the eye. Some of these organisms,