Campus MovieFest Represents Student Realities

Courtesy of Campus MovieFest “It’s just one of those things,” begins the quintessential Emory tour guide mantra. “It’s there if you want it, but you’re not missing out if you don’t.” It’s a tactful half-truth students use to justify our campus’ noncommittal stance on everything from sports to parties to the arts. It seemed Campus [...]

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The Fray is Restorative but Breaks No New Ground

“I believe there are some places where the wall is thinner between this world and the next … I think every single song we write is just trying to figure out how to reach it. How to touch it. How to stay there.” Not many bands can get away with saying something so cloyingly saccharine [...]

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‘Romeo & Juliet’ Harnesses Beauty in Delicacy

When Artistic Director of Theater Emory Jan Akers told my THEA 120 class that Theater Emory had never produced Romeo & Juliet in its 34-year history, I was surprised — but shouldn’t have been. After all, a lesson I learned as a figure skating fan was not to mess with classics — that when a [...]

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Bronze Radio Return Looks ‘Up, On & Over’ Their Adventure

Formed in 2007 by frontman Chris Henderson while attending the Hartt School of Music, Bronze Radio Return steadily rose to fame with impossibly catchy, feel-good hooks. The Wheel interviewed Henderson over the phone about the band’s creative process and a green leather couch. Bronze Radio Return performed with Air Traffic Controller at Vinyl Oct. 13. [...]

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