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    Going Against the Norm at Queen College’s Fashion Show

    Queen College’s Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding (CERRU), recently worked to break the mold of false social identities people have, due to their skin complexion, religious beliefs and backgrounds. Their Social Identity Fashion Show, at the Student Union Ballroom on April 24th, showcased 15 models donning two separate looks; the first depicted the impressions people typically make of them, followed by a second look, which the models felt were a true a representation of who they really were. Trey Adams, a professional actor who runs his own YouTube channel “TreySP,” turned to his co-host, Arielle Rosenstock, and asked what she thought of his outfit. Glancing over at his…