All posts by "Doolino"

Formal season, finals and senior graduation photos are upon us. As students begin to regret their decision not to withdraw from courses at the semester’s end, they’ll also transition to ...

As the semester comes to an end, the sound of weeping students echoes across the seventh floor of the library. Their sultry song signifies the arrival of the dreaded finals ...

With spring break starting to feel like a distant memory and finals still a while away, it’s an in-between time of year at Emory. But don’t fret — there’s still a ...

Spring is springing and campus is abuzz with excitement and events. From the long-awaited dismantling of the blue construction fences to the cultural excitement of Tibet week, spring is a ...

Let’s be honest. We’re a month and a half through 2019 and most of us have abandoned our new year’s resolutions faster than emails from Ray and Luna enter my ...

February is Black History Month. As people nationwide work to commemorate African Americans’ contributions to this country, others continue to (consciously or unconsciously) discriminate against them. While discussing race can ...

“We didn’t score 50, but 40 was enough.” — Orlando Apollos Head Coach Steve Spurrier after blowing out the Atlanta Legends 40-6 on Feb. 9. After a playoff collapse from ...

Doolino, From the moment I step outside each morning to the moment I arrive home, I spend as much time as I can feeling the sun on my face, fresh ...

Dear Doolino, My roommate has finally returned after a semester abroad in Canada. As if it weren’t already bad enough that the incessant smell of poutine fills our apartment and ...