Arts & Entertainment Archives | The Emory Wheel

In a way, The Jungle Book feels like the sequel to Avatar that we never got (and despite James Cameron’s promises, probably never will...

I never thought any film would make me feel secure about my masculinity, but Hardcore Henry solidified that my insecurities do not run anywhere...

In a way, I’m grateful for 50 Shades of Grey because the Dom/sub relationships of that story have given me a culturally relevant way...

You don’t need to be an expert to know that The Chainsmokers, who performed Saturday night on McDonough Field to close Dooley’s Week, have...

On Thursday, April 7, Khaled Mohamed Khaled — better known as DJ Khaled — “blessed” Emory with an hour and a half long performance...

Almost every culture or civilization has a unique cultural dance or music style that unifies its people and acts as a source of entertainment....

Emory students explored the meaning of confrontation of social prejudice and other obstacles through an array of student and local art Sunday, April 3,...

Director Richard Linklater’s filmography can be summarized in one word: nostalgic. From the lazy summer days of Dazed and Confused to the awkward trials...

YouTube stars have recently become a staple of the entertainment industry, as millions of subscribers turn to easy, quick entertainment from the wide range...