‘Blockers’ is a Hilarious, Crude Generational Comedy

Whether you’re cringing at John Cena stuffing his daughter’s thong into his mouth or laughing at him throwing her date into a wall, there is not a moment in “Blockers” when you won’t have a smile on your face. “Blockers” takes a relatable issue — a parent’s sadness over their child growing up and going [...]

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‘Game Night’ Does Not Pass Go

When I heard that a new film with Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams was coming out, I thought “This could be good.” Both are quality actors with many award-winning films under their belts — “Game Night” had the potential to be another. But I doubt the film would have held my interest if not for them, [...]

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Jon Bellion Showcases Skills at the Coca-Cola Roxy

Does the song “All Time Low” sound familiar? No, I’m not talking about the early 2000s punk rock band. Although their music will always get me to run a little faster on the treadmill, a new “All Time Low” has captured my attention. Jon Bellion’s hit single of the same name, from his album “The [...]

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‘Best in Show’ Brings Best Out of Emory Student Groups

“Best in Show” set the academic year off on a high note with the culmination of the creative and technical performance skills of almost every dance and singing group on campus Sept. 1 in the Glenn Auditorium. Although in previous years “Best in Show” was held on McDonough Field, where students could lay out blankets [...]

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Nikki Glaser Leaves Audience Gaping

Ruth Reyes/Photo Editor When the Student Programming Council (SPC) member introducing Nikki Glaser’s comedy show to the audience in Glenn Memorial Church said Glaser could not make it due to a fraudulent third-party booking agency, I almost got up and left. But I stayed, and I was rewarded for it. Glaser’s stand-up show this past [...]

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