Aidan Vick

Aidan Vick (22C) is from North Sioux City, South Dakota, a town in which the tallest man-made structure is the McDonald's sign. He plans on majoring in English with a minor in classics, and enjoys reading and running in his free time.

Emory Dark Arts Showcase Provides Platform For Mental Illness Discussion

  ChaiTunes performs in Cannon Chapel at the ‘Mental Health and Well, Being Showcase’ hosted by Dark Arts./Aidan Vick/ Staff Writer If you ask Emory Dark Arts member Ramona Li (20B), we have sanitized mental health stories for far too long. Li, who delivered the opening remarks for Emory Dark Arts’ biannual mental health showcase, [...]

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Long Runtime, No-Shows Hinder 61st Grammy Awards

Awards shows have it rough. Given how subjective the material they celebrate is, it’s impossible for them to please everyone. The Grammy Awards, however, are special in that they rarely seem to please anyone at all. While this year’s ceremony was in several ways an improvement from previous Grammys, it was also hampered by the [...]

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Ten Albums to Watch For in 2019

Album announcements and release dates are rarely concrete in the music industry, but 2019 is shaping up to be a strong end to one of popular music’s most stylistically dynamic and boundary-pushing decades. Here are 10 albums I’m most excited to hear this year. “American Football [LP3]”- American Football March 22, 2019 The third album [...]

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The 10 Best Singles of 2018

Excellent singles dropped in 2018, but all the songs on this list featured something that made them stand above the rest. Whether it was a new direction for the artist, an especially catchy hook, a memorable beat or a truly standout performance, the artists on this list surpassed their contemporaries to make especially remarkable songs. [...]

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Emory Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra Exhibit Incredible Precision

Forrest Martin/Senior Staff On a dull and dreary Saturday evening, hundreds of students and community members gathered in the Cherry Logan Emerson Concert Hall to witness the Emory Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra perform their annual Fall semester concert on Dec. 1. Despite the bleak and rainy weather, the bands managed to light up the [...]

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