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[email protected] | Brian Savino is a College sophomore from Westchester, New York, majoring in chemistry and minoring in mathematics. He started his Wheel career as the gaming critic for the arts & entertainment section and most recently served as the arts & entertainment editor. When he is not listening to Radiohead, Brian can be found reading about astrochemistry, playing video games or organizing something. To cheer him up, all you need is a Conan Travels video and a chocolate chai from Kaldi’s.

“Call of Duty” has come a long way since its initial release in 2003. From World War II to space combat — and back to World War II — in ...

Sun In My Belly is famed for its brunch options, with savory selections ranging from meatloaf to pimento cheese omelettes and traditional choices like biscuits and grits. But on April ...

Millions of gamers partake in online shooter matches every day — some play as though their lives depend on it while others are purely having fun. In the past few ...

A couple weeks ago, I woke up to a disturbance in the gaming community — “Fortnite Battle Royale” had taken over my friends’ social media feeds, and my favorite YouTubers ...

In a culturally strenuous time, in which President Donald J. Trump’s travel ban threatens openness of borders and beliefs and stereotypes based on skin color leave people on edge every ...

I remember the excitement I felt playing “Call of Duty” after a busy week — the competitiveness and laughs with friends made it a good alternative to sports for a ...

The SGA election period has been postponed by one week, pushing back information sessions, candidacy declarations, the campaign period and vote. The start of the SGA election and voting period ...

Fraternities Delta Tau Delta (DTD) and Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) will both live in the 15 Eagle Row house during the 2017-18 academic year, according to Marlon Gibson, director of ...

Dwight Vaught was appointed executive director of Emory’s Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Jan. 9 and will move into the Center’s top position following Schwartz’s first executive director Robert McKay’s ...