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Reading Harry Potter for the 1st time as a 20-year-old

This summer, a friend of mine, an ever-loyal fan of Harry Potter, gave me a brand-new copy of the first book of the series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” I remember sitting there, doubting the excitement of what lay between the covers. I really thought that the Hogwarts Express had left
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Make time fly while you do

Traveling is undoubtedly fun, but sitting for 10+ hours in a cramped seat in a plane is probably the least fun of it all. When I flew from Los Angeles to Sydney at the beginning of my study abroad journey, I had to endure a 15-hour direct flight that really
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Picks of the Week

The de Young Museum’s exhibition “Keith Haring: The Political Line” is eccentric and arousing and totally psychosexual. Haring specifically questions the plights of a conservative 1980s American society, but he more broadly contends with the extraordinary capacities of humanity. If you’re looking for a brief existential excursion, make the trek
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A week in events: 10/6 –10/11

Tired of being out of the loop? Here’s a compilation of the most important and awesome events happening this week. Monday, October 6th All day: Tele-BEARS appointment information available for spring semester Noon: Assessing personality type and career workshop – preregistration required — Tang Center 2 p.m.: How to email
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