Devin Bog

Associate Editor | [email protected] Devin Bog (20C) is from Fremont, Calif., majoring in biology and political science. He loves music, learning new things and the natural light on the main floor of Atwood Atwood Chemistry Center. Bog previously served as Arts & Entertainment editor.

Counting Calories? You Can’t at Cox

If you’re an Emory student, you complain about the on-campus food options; it’s an unmistakable part of college culture. But we have no idea what we’re actually talking about because the state of nutritional information at Emory is dismal. Only four out of the nine restaurants at Cox Hall — Freshens, Twisted Taco, Chard House [...]

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Art’s Not Dead: Emory Arts Underground’s ‘Festival of Insignificance’

Brian Savino/Contributing Writer Emory Arts Underground (EAU) hosted its annual spring student art showcase, the “Festival of Insignificance,” Feb. 24 and 25 at the Visual Arts Building. But that name couldn’t be any more of a misnomer. Beyond conversations about art and meaning, this wasn’t an event meant to fade into the depths of Facebook [...]

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‘Twin Fantasy:’ A Tonal Reimagining

From the moment Car Seat Headrest announced their newest project, it became the first record in history that both everybody and nobody asked for. Will Toledo and co. return after 2016’s “Teens of Style” with a redux of 2011’s lo-fi indie internet cult classic “Twin Fantasy.” It’s been almost seven years since Toledo, who then [...]

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The Definitive Valentine’s Day Playlist

It’s Valentine’s Day morning, and months deep into the throes of cuffing season, you’re ready for a day of complete romantic indulgence with your significant other. Or maybe it’s later in the evening, and you need some jams for the car ride to dinner. Or perhaps it’s 11:30 p.m., Feb. 13, and you’re scrambling to [...]

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For EPs, Brevity is a Subtle Bliss

In the introduction to “Best American Short Stories of 2016,” Junot Diaz wrote, “Short stories are acts of bravura, and … to read a good one has all the thrill of watching a high-wire act.” Diaz couldn’t be more right — forms that demand brevity are, to quote him again, “unforgiving as f*ck.” When we’re [...]

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