Lane Billings

“Sorry for the interruption, but I was wondering if you would be willing to sell me some of your Adderall. I have a hard time focusing sometimes and think that it would help me greatly.” This was an email sent ...

Musician and singer-songwriter Paul Simon performed an acoustic concert for a crowd of about 800 at the sold-out Emerson Concert Hall Tuesday evening. The concert marked the fourth and final event of the 12th Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature ...

Rapper Kendrick Lamar performed for a crowd of approximately 7,000 students and guests on McDonough Field at this year’s Spring Band Party on Friday evening. Event planners from Student Programming Council (SPC) estimate that attendance numbers were the highest in ...

 “Just Like Heaven” – The Cure From looking at the wild hair, lipstick and dark eyeliner of Cure frontman Robert Smith it would be easy to suspect that the band produced interesting post-punk glam rock or something equally dated and ...

Emory students of all races gathered in Harland Cinema on Saturday night for Black Star Emory’s first-ever Free Jam, a Black History Month event designed to celebrate African American contributions to the arts with hip-hop, R&B and poetry performances. The ...

By Lane Billings Multimedia Editor   At the risk of losing credibility as someone who attempts to write about music in a somewhat-professional way, it’s probably worth prefacing everything I am about to say with a confession: I love Frank ...

On Jan. 4, in the middle of winter break, an anonymous post on the Facebook page Emory Secrets appeared: “What does one do with grief so sharp it literally hurts?” Within the hour, at least six Emory students, had replied ...

1. Hot Cheetos & Takis: Y.N. Rich Kids If the afterschool-program-turned-rap-collective Y.N. RichKids has not rocked your world yet, hop on over to YouTube quick. “Hot Cheetos & Takis” is a rare treat, the kind of infectious, in-your-head-for-days summer jam ...