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It’s been an interesting Dooley’s Week, with the forced conformity to the Student Programming Council’s (SPC) Dooley’s Galaxy theme, the apocalyptic rainstorms and the unprecedented decency of the Ty Dolla Sign concert. However, the festivities we have been granted are ...

With only a month left of school, in four weeks, we will juxtapose this living Hell of a workload with a living Hell of monotony as we amble from room to room in our respective houses with absolutely nothing to ...

The awkward weather season is finally over, which marks the beginning of a transition from classy winter sweaters and trousers to the band T-shirt and cargo shorts aesthetic I thought had died with the warmth back in November. As the ...

It has been just two weeks since spring break, and like the cockroaches in the Dobbs University Center (DUC), the student body’s feelings of hopelessness and depression still live on without any signs of going away. With midterms fired at ...

The hunger games have crept up on Emory students: housing selection. I’m not a genie who can grant you the room overlooking McDonough Field in Few Hall or Evans Hall or give you that MTV-style “Welcome to My Crib” suite ...

With the Spring semester reaching its halfway point, one of the most hyped sources of excitement is imminent: Spring Break. From relaxing visits home to the “plan to visit Cancun” that always inevitably fails, Emory’s student body is going to ...

As we march towards Valentine’s Day, it seems different members of the student body have different concerns regarding the holiday: couples want cute places to explore in Atlanta, a picture of which would probably get them upwards of 200 likes ...

It’s suddenly cold in Atlanta, which accurately reflects the hearts of the student population right now. For a variety of reasons, ranging from the minor nuisance of dodgy campus Wi-Fi to the life-changing issue of certain international students not being ...

The deviating weather conditions and striking disparities in fashion sense collectively symbolize lack of certainty of this semester. Freshmen flirt with life choices, sophomores declare majors, juniors narrow down summer opportunities, and seniors come to terms with entering the real ...