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You may recognize our former Internal Editor Vivian from PresBei’s Instagram story, but we know her for her themed social events and excellent conflict resolution skills.

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Internal Editor Aditi Misra spoke with rapper Farrell Garcon, CC’21, about how his childhood inspired his songwriting, the Haitian influences in music, and what we can expect from the talented artist in the future.

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You may not see Sophie in Orchesis anymore, but don’t worry because you might just see her again– she’s not going far away!

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Maria, known for asking Bill Gates a question on Zoom, talks about privilege, imposter syndrome, and raspberry cookies at Hungarian.

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Joel spends his time on stage, but off stage you can find him in Pupin or the Wallach vending machine.

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Presenting Sidney of showing-up-to-her-dad’s-Chemistry-class-late-and-in-someone-else’s-sweatpants fame. Also the unofficial Nicest Person At Barnard.

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Elizabeth’s take is that students here don’t actually have imposter syndrome, they’re actually just imposters.

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Sam reminds us that we are all children pretending to be adults.

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Norah will absolutely be at the next in-person boat cruise, just FYI.

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