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Katelyn Fecteau and Vanessa Alvarado

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Describe your favorite emoji.

Daniel Nisthal, psychology sophomore

Daniel

“My favorite emoji is the little airplane and it’s my favorite because it signals traveling and usually when I use it, it means that I’m going to go somewhere or that I’m going home.”

Mary Ann Florey, mass communication sophomore

Mary Ann

“My favorite emoji is the yellow deep frowning emoji because I think it’s funny how, like, upset he is.”

Giorgia Gamberini, music industry studies senior

Giorgia

“My favorite emoji is the one who smiles really, really big because I feel that it is my emotion.”

Jenner Kreifels, music industry studies senior

Jenner

“My favorite emoji is probably the crying laughing emoji because who doesn’t like a good laugh?”

Nicole Bouchie, environmental studies sophomore

Nicole

“My favorite emoji is the flame because I always use it to compliment people and sometimes I use it when I get angry.”

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Katelyn Fecteau is a senior English writing major from San Diego, California. She joined the Maroon in the fall of 2016, and is now the opinion editor....

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Vanessa is a junior majoring in Mass communication, minoring in Latin American studies from Boston, Massachusetts. Vanessa is currently a Staff Writer...

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