Nicole Sadek

[email protected] Nicole Sadek (20C) is from Charleston, S.C., majoring in English and creative writing and international studies. Sadek previously served as editor-in-chief, social media editor, copy chief, managing editor, editor-at-large and editor-in-chief.

Students Outraged Over Mock Eviction Notices

Nicole Sadek/Editor-in-Chief Emory’s Office of Student Conduct is conducting an investigation after many students found mock eviction notices posted to their doors on Tuesday morning. The mock eviction notices were distributed by Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) during its Israel Apartheid Week as a protest against Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Israel [...]

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A Tribe Called Equestrian

Courtesy of Priyam Mazumdar/Contributing Amid a week of NCAA swimming triumphs, basketball championships and exceptional Emory sports spirit, one Emory team flew — or rather, rode — under the radar: the Emory Equestrian team. Fresh off of regionals at Auburn University (Ala.), the team’s two qualifying members, senior President Jacqueline Lee and sophomore Sara Grace [...]

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Students Partake in Super Bowl Spirit

The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the Super Bowl./Courtesy of Daniel Weinberg In the Pepsi Super Bowl 53 Halftime Show, everything was planned down to a tee. And then Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine took his shirt off. That was not supposed to happen, said Anna Glass (19C) and [...]

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Tips and Tricks for Camping Out in the Library

If you can believe it, some students have already taken their first midterms of the semester. The nonexistent workload of syllabus week unfortunately did not extend across the spring months, and missed reading assignments and slept-through morning classes will slowly add an additional burden to students’ cramming schedules. In preparation for the first major wave [...]

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This Super Bowl Has Taken Its Toll on Me

The only surprise during this year’s lackluster Super Bowl was when Adam Levine transformed from People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive into that weird white uncle awkwardly gyrating next to his much hipper, but equally underwhelming partner, Travis Scott. Even Levine’s shirtless performance couldn’t save the catastrophe that was the Pepsi Super Bowl 53 halftime show. [...]

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