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Kate McKinnon CC ’06 won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on Saturday Night Live on Sunday night. (Entertainment Weekly) Yesterday, police apprehended the man believed to be responsible for the explosions in Manhattan and New Jersey this past weekend. (New York Times) Amal Clooney spoke at the United Nations […]

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In the latest installment of funny CU ladies making it big, we present to you Kate McKinnon, CC ’06 and alumna of VShow 109 (alongside Jenny Slate). Last night, she made her SNL debut, and as a tipster put it, “In her first show alone, she’s gotten more screen time than Jay Pharoah dreams about. Jokes, […]

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