By Michelle Tian Dear Chadwick Boseman, Maybe in a different life, I would be telling this to you face-to-face at one of those overcrowded meet-and-greets at Comic-Con, or writing this message before watching “Black Panther 2.” I wish that reality existed because I know it would’ve treated you better, and I know you would have […]

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Michelle Tian Dear Spring 2021,  Please be nice to me. I haven’t used my brain in a month, I’m taking five courses instead of the usual four and I’ll be taking an existentialism class, so I’ll definitely be questioning my existence and the meaning of life every single week. So please, be nice to me. […]

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By Michelle Tian Before the COVID-19 pandemic, I had grand plans to travel to Singapore over the summer. I figured I deserved it after finishing my freshman year of college.  But then the world shut down and I was stuck at home all summer, doing absolutely nothing. I feel I have to give my thanks […]

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By Liam Grogan One of my favorite childhood memories is going to the movies with my brother, Brady.  As two young boys, our itineraries mostly consisted of bombastic superhero movies and juvenile comedies. To be completely honest, I still think those are the best movies and I stand by all our choices. What stuck in […]

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  I’m a fake fan, I’ll admit it. I’m not ashamed of it, nor do I understand why we get so much hate. In all honesty, I don’t even like the term “fake fans,” because it’s not that I’m not part of a fandom; it just isn’t my entire life. I consider myself to be […]

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What I love about small comic shops isn’t the smell of ink that permeates the air, nor is it the multi-colored shelves packed with stories of daring and adventure. What I love most about local comic book shops are the people. Knowing that you are surrounded by individuals who care just as much as you […]

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