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 breaths to calm myself down. Every bone in my [...]

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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 tackled for my decades-long tenure at the Wheel, questions that have measured an [...]

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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 back and let Doolino guide you toward success. Dear Doolino, I’m having trouble keeping up with [...]

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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. Everybody is starting 2020 by searching — Emory for a new president, you [...]

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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 spending time with family or have resorted to starvation due to lack of meal swipes, don’t panic. Doolino is here to [...]

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