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VIDEO: Loch Norse Magazine readings move locations

Max Fogle and Samuel Wells


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Loch Norse Magazine is a student-based literary magazine that’s published yearly. In addition, they host monthly open mic nights that allow students to present their writing. The open mic nights have recently moved locations from Bow Tie Café in Mt. Adams to the Highlander Event Center in Fort Thomas.

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VIDEO: Loch Norse Magazine readings move locations