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.

Hundred Word Rant: On Emory’s Scone Deficiency

Now that it’s fall, all I want to do is eat delicious, pumpkin-flavored baked goods. Kaldi’s is one of the only places on campus to get those treats. But their pumpkin scones, which look so promising, are far from appetizing. They are frequently so stale that they could replace the bricks being used to build [...]

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‘The Investigation’ is Blunt, Harrowing

Alisha Compton/Managing Editor Friday nights usually find me out with friends or watching “Game of Thrones,” not listening to two and a half hours of Holocaust testimonies, yet, this past Friday, that’s exactly what I did. Dooley’s Players performed a staged reading of Peter Weiss’s play “The Investigation” Sept. 21 to 23 in White Hall. [...]

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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Slays

Courtesy of HBO Over the years, “Game of Thrones” has taught viewers many lessons, ranging from just how disgusting incestuous twins can be to the importance of honor and family bonds — and the season seven finale was no exception. As a whole, the seventh season was a masterpiece — fast-paced and yet completely satisfying. [...]

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Moral Consumers: Do Your Research

Controversy concerning Jimmy John Liautaud, owner and founder of Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, erupted in 2015 after a Twitter user posted pictures of Liautaud posing with the spoils of his big game hunting exploits on a 2010 trip to Africa. While the photographs were real, Liautaud says he no longer hunts African big game. Liautaud [...]

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Kindness Weathers the Storm

I know how a city smells after being underwater. Hurricane Katrina hit my home when I was seven years old. We weren’t expecting Katrina to turn into a category five storm, but it did. My family and I left New Orleans with one weekend’s worth of clothes just two days before Katrina made landfall. We [...]

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