Hiding the bad

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How do you keep up the illusion of having your shit together when really, you’re just a walking, talking mess of stress?

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Coffee alternatives for caffeine addicts

Illustration by Ed Appleby

If you’re looking to swap your morning coffee out, here are a couple alternatives that are just as high, if not higher, in caffeine.

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The first six episodes of ‘Iron Fist’: Bad, but oddly watchable

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If it were a better show, I’d be calling it ‘daring and risk-taking’ instead of ‘terrible and weird.’

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Spring concerts from the Music Department

Photograph by Analyn Cuarto

“All of these events will showcase the artistry and dedication of Douglas music students and community members.”

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Students helping seniors

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“I am part of Love Caravan because I feel happy when I see seniors’ faces.” –Kana Chan

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Douglas to inaugurate public hearing instrument education

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All students interested in the program are not only encouraged to attend the April 18 information session on the program, but required to.

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A whole new level

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The first PACWEST gold in 23 years is no small accomplishment. The team had what it took to succeed in the PACWEST.

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‘My feminism will be intersectional, or it will be bullshit!’

Cover illustration by Ed Appleby

If your feminism is not anti-racist, anti-classist, trans-inclusive, fat-positive, and ableism-challenging, then who is it even for?

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