Oli Turner

Oli Turner (she/her) (25C) is from Manchester, Massachusetts, double majoring in Creative Writing and Computer Science. Previously, she interned for the Manchester Cricket and produced a short video series for a local cable news channel. Outside of the Wheel, she enjoys sewing and writing short stories. Her thrifted purse collection is, truthfully, getting out of hand.

Clairo wraps ‘Sling’ tour in Atlanta with mesmerizing show

On the stage of the Tabernacle, Claire Cottrill, better known by her stage name Clairo, was wrapped in light. Her mostly teenaged audience gathered under the painted eaves of the concert hall, some shouting “I love you” and others waving handmade signs. Cottrill concluded her “Sling” tour in Atlanta on April 16 and 17. I [...]

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Student talent at CultureShock draws diverse crowd

The line to attend College Council’s annual CultureShock event extended from the entrance of McDonough field past Asbury Circle on April 10. Campus spirits were high following the event’s kickoff giveaway earlier that afternoon. CultureShock is College Council’s (CC) largest event of the year, featuring diverse performances from individuals and student cultural organizations, as well [...]

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Emory’s musical equinox: a new golden age

If a stage is merely its core components — the performer, the music, the stage lights and the speakers — the foyer of the house at 1152 Houston Mill Road was one. I felt Atlanta shifting, settled dust kicking up, cowboy boots stomping on hardwood and thrumming speakers. Shouting. Movement. This was Emory Musician Network’s [...]

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