Study Abroad Students Reflect on Premature Ending

For study abroad students, the University’s decision to cancel their programs and send them back meant rushed goodbyes to friends, professors and the new life they forged far away from home.  When the Office of the Provost announced the transition to remote learning following an extended spring break, Emory study abroad programs were not far [...]

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Naik and Sadek Reflect on 4-Year Trek

While Nicole Sadek (20C) and Niraj Naik (20B) may have spent numerous Tuesday production nights up to their elbows in work, being co-editors-in-chief (EICs) of The Emory Wheel has proved to be nothing but rewarding for the two seniors. As Sadek, an international studies and creative writing double major, and Naik, a political science major [...]

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Naik and Sadek Reflect on 4-Year Trek

While Nicole Sadek (20C) and Niraj Naik (20B) may have spent numerous Tuesday production nights up to their elbows in work, being co-editors-in-chief (EICs) of The Emory Wheel has proved to be nothing but rewarding for the two seniors. As Sadek, an international studies and creative writing double major, and Naik, a political science major [...]

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Netflix or Chill With These 5 Flicks

Out of all the major holidays, Valentine’s Day seems to be the one that is met with the most mixed reviews. Regardless of your personal opinion of the holiday, it is a pretty good excuse to watch sappy romance films. Whether you’re excited for a night in with your best friends or a candlelit evening [...]

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A&E Staff Picks of the Favorite Films of the 2010s

As the 2010s come to a close and we humble Arts & Entertainment writers gawk at Pitchfork’s “best of” lists, we thought it useful to compile our own list of the best art of the decade. Here are our top film choices of the 2010s.  Courtesy of A24 Adesola Thomas: “Lady Bird”  I cannot warble [...]

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