Annie Cohen

[email protected] | Annie Cohen is a College freshman from New Orleans, Louisiana, majoring in English. She joined the Wheel’s Editorial Board Fall 2016. She has a special interest in musical theater and Shakespeare, and she performed in Theater Emory's Fall 2016 production of Romeo and Juliet.

‘European Masterworks’ Stun at the High

When I first walked into The High Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, I expected Picasso, Monet, Manet and Van Gogh. I was surprised to find that the exhibit had so much more to offer. The High is recently home to “European Masterworks,” a small portion of the massive Phillips Collection normally found in Washington D.C. [...]

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‘Fantastic Beasts’ Sequel Confusing but Charming

Courtesy of Warner Bros. If watching a “Harry Potter” film feels like coming home, watching “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” feels like being lost in your childhood neighborhood. The movie seems to wander aimlessly through the familiar wizarding world, and while it manages some aspects the “Harry Potter” universe quite well, it falls flat [...]

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Restrict Civilian Access to Military Weapons

I understand the thrill of shooting a gun. For one blissful moment, everything melts away, and all that your brain focuses on is that satisfyingly heavy piece of metal molding perfectly into your hands. It gives you a power you never thought possible. Shooting a gun gives you a tangible sense of control, fills you [...]

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Hookup Culture Ruins Valentine’s Day

Depending on your relationship status, Valentine’s Day can be either bliss or torture. What appears to be yet another Hallmark holiday on the surface is actually rooted in centuries of history, with the ever-sweet myth of St. Valentine story to remind everyone that love is great. Unless you’re in college. If you’re in college, love [...]

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Hoodie Allen Brings Raw Skill to Atlanta on Hype Tour

The charm of Hoodie Allen is not only his ability to live up to his fast-talking, smooth-singing songs but also his undeniable love for what he does. Steven Markowitz, known professionally as Hoodie Allen, has a certain ability to connect with an audience — watching him on stage feels like meeting him one on one. [...]

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