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Editorial Page Editor
[email protected] | Annie Cohen is a College freshman from New Orleans, Louisiana, majoring in English. She joined the Wheel’s Editorial Board Fall 2016. She has a special interest in musical theater and Shakespeare, and she performed in Theater Emory's Fall 2016 production of Romeo and Juliet.
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Editorial Board member Tarrek Shaban (17C) and Business Manager Nathan Janick (17B) claimed the first- and second-round victories, respectively, in laser tag played in the Wheel’s March 2 tournament at ...

If there is one thing we know about President Donald Trump and his family, they live a lavish lifestyle. Something that I had not considered about this wealthy man becoming ...

Can’t tell whether or not the world is crumbling around you? Look no further than Hollywood for the answer. The popularity of different movie genres reflects America’s sentiments, whether we ...

Grab your coffee and some Pop-Tarts because after nine long years, we can return to Stars Hollow and reunite with our favorite mother-daughter duo, Lorelai and Rory Gilmore (Lauren Graham ...

Thanksgiving is one of the most confusing holidays of the year. To the unassuming eye, Thanksgiving is all about America’s humble beginning as a bunch of clueless pilgrims and the ...

Dear Hillary: This debate was a rough one, but, in my opinion, it wasn’t rough for you. I want to go through the debate and tell you about how I, ...
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Apparently, the circle of life applies to movies as well as personified lions in animated films. Disney announced recently that it is making a live-action version of The Lion King ...
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What is better: speed or accuracy? This is a question that politicians and the media have to answer every time a news story breaks. They must decide if being the ...
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With 18 varsity sports and 20 NCAA Division-III national championships, nobody would dare say that Emory is lacking in athletic ability and achievement. The only noticeable thing missing from our ...