Cailen Chinn

Chief of Digital Operations | [email protected] Cailen Chinn (22C) is from Boulder, Colorado and double majoring in film & media management and French. Aside from being the Wheel's jack-of-all-trades, she is a member of Emory's varsity swim team. She prides herself in her taste in music and her coffee addiction (which she documents on her Instagram account, @cailendrinkscoffee).

The NFL’s Worst Rule Merits Change

There are many rules in the NFL that simply make sense. For example, running or passing the ball into the end zone results in a touchdown; kicking the ball through the goalposts after a touchdown is an extra point; sacking a player inside of their end zone is a safety; throwing an interception or fumbling [...]

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Nobody Should Listen to ‘Nobody is Listening’

With a dramatic 2015 departure from One Direction and the release of his stellar contemplative debut album “Mind of Mine” in the same year, few artists have made a name for themselves so early in their careers in the way that Zayn Malik did. Unfortunately, since “Mind of Mine,” Malik has twice failed to prove [...]

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‘Plastic Hearts’ Embodies Miley’s Genre-Defying Potential

After everyone and their mother put her cover of “Heart of Glass” on repeat for weeks, Miley Cyrus released her eighth studio album, “Plastic Hearts” on Nov. 27. The album represents a huge genre shift for Cyrus — from the clean folk-pop of “Younger Now” and the edgy rebrand of “Bangerz” to a hard and [...]

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Megan Thee Stallion Owns Her Image on ‘Good News’

A few days ago, I read a tweet referring to the eighth track of Megan Thee Stallion’s first full-length studio album, “Good News”: “No thoughts just BODYODYODYODYODYODYODYODY.” The tweet perfectly summed up my thoughts on the album, full of catchy choruses and relatively simple production that presents itself as complex. Few artists have burst into [...]

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