Doolino Knows Best: Zoom and Gloom

I, too, received the email that confirmed all my worst fears. I imagine that if I had a heart, it would be racing. If I had a mind, it would be throbbing. If I had a respiratory system, it would be trying to take long, deep...

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Doolino Knows Best: Null and Void

What does it mean to be an advice columnist? Is the purpose of the role to acutely respond to people’s deeply personal questions or is it just a self-indulgent role simply designed to feed my own ego? These are questions I have...

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Doolino Knows Best: Millennial Dilemmas

With the Spring semester now in full swing, papers are stacking up and office hours are getting busy. If your increasingly booked schedule has made for a nonexistentsocial life or a near impossible 10 a.m. wake-up, take a step...

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Doolino Knows Best: Textbook Trauma

We hear the question “How was your break?” at least 10 times a day. The echoes of this question remind us of the utter loneliness of our winters just as much as they foreshadow the weary stretch of all-nighters that lies ahead....

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Doolino Knows Best: Festivities and Failures

Although we may still be a little overstuffed from all the stuffing, Emory students thankfully return to campus for one final round of complaining, classes and cataclysmic failure. Whether you’ve lost motivation, are dreading...

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