Aditya Prakash

Associate Editor | [email protected] Aditya Prakash (20C) is from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, pursuing a double major in neuroscience and behavioral biology and philosophy. He enjoys playing 16-bit indie games and arguing for his pronunciation of the word schedule. He half-jokingly aims to one day join The Onion or Clickhole, but until then he will continue to serve the Wheel.

DUC-ling Hacks: More Bang for your “Beak”

The DUC-ling offers several ingredients to DIY your meal./Michelle Lou, Executive Editor In Greek mythology, the phoenix is a fabled bird that dies in a fierce combustion, and from the ashes of that kindling  is reborn. Here at Emory University, we have our very own bird that comes back to life after death: the DUC. [...]

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A Time to Stop: The Emoji Movie

Courtesy of Sony Pictures Animation   Let’s be perfectly honest for a second: You aren’t reading this review because you question whether “The Emoji Movie” is comparable to the likes of summer titans like “Baby Driver” or “Dunkirk.” You’re reading this either to giggle at how utterly terrible the film is or to see whether [...]

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A Link to the Future

Courtesy of Nintendo As a skinny little boy, I first ventured into the land of Hyrule while playing The Minish Cap. I was introduced to a simple and colorful world filled with quirky characters, clever puzzles and hidden secrets. More than anything, the game presented the indescribable spirit of adventure that I would find in [...]

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Enhancing Your Ridehail Experience

“I Ubered to the airport for an hour, and it was just me and the driver,” Nathan Harper (20C) said. “I don’t think we said a word.” Harper’s experience is not an isolated case. People fail to realize that the stories of an Uber or a Lyft driver are often rich, whether it be tales [...]

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Adios A(Migos)

Courtesy of Fader Just two days after the announcement that Migos would no longer be coming to Emory, the campus still reels in shock. The Emory Wheel asked three contributors to articulate how they felt. These are their stories. Abdul Binghalan, Music Critic On March 28 at 5:30 p.m., Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC) announced, [...]

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