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[email protected] | Aditya Prakash (20C) is from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, pursuing a double major in neuroscience and behavioral biology and philosophy. He enjoys playing 16-bit indie games and arguing for his pronunciation of the word schedule. He half-jokingly aims to one day join The Onion or Clickhole, but until then he will continue to serve the Wheel.

In 1981, Nintendo released a game called “Donkey Kong” that featured a man dressed in red, whom the company christened Jumpman. Despite the technical limitations of gaming hardware at the ...

Although students at Emory are no strangers to balancing many activities at once, few can say they have worked a full-time job while taking university courses like Nishchinth Pai, a ...

Before the likes of the “Emory Memes for (not so) Southern Teens (MemEmory)” Facebook group, students had just one source of internet humor: the Emory Anthem. More than six years ...

With midterm season in full swing, the Emory community is split into several different divisions of study habits. Some people memorize organic chemistry mechanisms in their respective study lounges while ...

We are living in a golden age of indie games. From the industry-changing mechanics of “Undertale” to the sheer uniqueness of “Superhot,” developers are chugging out games that feel fresh ...

DUCs may come and DUCs may go, but Chipotle is forever. For many an Emory student, the Mexican grill’s generous use of hearty ingredients, close proximity to campus and reasonable ...

The video game is not always considered the ideal platform to tell a story that tackles concepts like the nature of a good life or why bad things happen to ...

  Post-rock band Mogwai released their debut album “Mogwai Young Team” in 1997 and have yet to produce anything particularly bad. On occasion, their transitions are not as seamless as ...

Confucius once said that there are only two great joys in this world: dogs and grilled cheese sandwiches. OK, he didn’t say that, but the combination of those wonderful things ...