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GOGUE strikes a pose: Fall 2023 issue release

Marc Duebener
Marc Duebener From left: Rumesa Qalbani `25, Chae Yu `24, Reem Elamin `27 and Helena Callil Tomei `27 strike their own model poses in fron tof the GOGUE Fall 2023 release table.

Grinnell College fashion magazine GOGUE published its fourth issue this past Tuesday, Jan. 31 at a tabling event outside of the Dining Hall. Co-Editor-in-Chief Chae Yu `24 hosted the release of the publication’s fall 2023 edition along with Rumesa Qalbani `25,  graphic designer, Reem Elamin `27, social media manager, and Lena Callil Tomei `27, writer.

Yu praised the entire staff of GOGUE and said she was excited about the fall 2023 issue. “I personally thought the graphic design in this magazine is really impressive, so I’m excited about how people will find that.”

“I really like the direction that we went into,” said Qalbani. “It pushes the boundary of what we’ve done previously.”

Elamin, new to the team last semester, said, “It was my first campus job. I wasn’t really into writing before. I’m a STEM person and tried to do something new, and I really enjoyed it.”

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Krista Spies, Arts Editor
Krista Spies is a fourth-year English and Spanish major from St. Louis, MO. She loves writing about the arts almost as much as getting tattooed, and she hopes to turn going to concerts into a full-time job.
Marc Duebener, Staff Photographer
Marc Duebener is a first-year chemistry and economics major with a concentration in science, medicine and society. He says he is from Chicago, Illinois but really lives in the suburbs. On campus you can find Marc shooting sporting events and documentaries, studying in Noyce, or hitting the gym.
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