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In the new millenium, genre-bending music has become a genre unto itself. Musicians such as Danger Mouse and M.I.A. have built careers on calling attention to the seams that connect ...

In an effort to get Emory students out of their comfort zones and into Atlanta’s vibrant arts scene, Christopher Manos, the longtime executive producer of Theater of the Stars, highlighted ...

Three years ago, when I was a freshman, the restaurant world seemed so small. I was trapped in the Emory Bubble – a meal in the Emory Village was a ...

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 ...

If you love music, chances are that you are a criminal. No, you have probably not broken into a friend’s home to steal his album or rip audio off of ...

As the summer blockbuster season comes to an end, a wave of Oscar-worthy movies approaches theaters this fall that promise many intriguing and comedic tales. If you’re looking for thought-provoking ...

Disintegrated. Buried. Eaten by termites. Weathered by high-altitude winds. Like the natural world they are inspired by, renowned environmental sculptor John Grade’s works of art are ephemeral and constantly changing. ...

The third floor of the Robert W. Woodruff Library has many hidden gems, including a shower, colder water fountains, free telephones and a skillfully curated exhibit featuring the wide array ...

Disintegrated. Buried. Eaten by termites. Weathered by high-altitude winds. Like the natural world they are inspired by, renowned environmental sculptor John Grade’s works of art are ephemeral and constantly changing. ...