Saru Garg

Saru Garg (22C) is from the suburbs of Chicago and is majoring in human health and film studies. She began writing for the Wheel to have an outlet where she could express her love for entertainment in all its forms, from screwball comedies to surrealism to sitcoms. Don't mention David Lynch or "Parks and Recreation" around her or she will talk for hours. She also enjoys baking, reading and listening to copious amounts of Mitski. Contact Garg at [email protected]

‘Big Mouth’ Season 3 Is Unfocused but Funny

Courtesy of Netflix “Big Mouth” is back, and the hormones are raging more than ever. Since its inception in 2017, the animated Netflix series has garnered a reputation for portraying puberty in all its glorious grossness in an honest, empathetic and hilarious manner. In Season 3, “Big Mouth” continues to live up to this reputation [...]

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Reasons the A&E Staff Didn’t Want to Review ‘Lover’

Courtesy of Republic As the editor of the Arts & Entertainment section of the Wheel, it’s my responsibility to ensure that our writers cover important art releases and events both on and off Emory’s campus. When Taylor Swift released her latest album, “Lover,” I asked my entire team of writers to submit a review. No [...]

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Art to Consume Before College Ends

“Frances Ha” As college students, we may expect to emerge into the world after our four years as fully formed human beings with career paths, relationships and interests all securely in place. Noah Baumbach’s 2012 film, “Frances Ha,” contends that this idea is more fantasy than fact and, more importantly, suggests that uncertainty is not [...]

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#ATLFF19: Lulu Wang Talks Food, Family and “The Farewell”

L to R: Jiang Yongbo, Aoi Mizuhara, Chen Han, Tzi Ma, Awkwafina, Li Xiang, Lu Hong, Zhao Shuzhen. Courtesy of Big Beach. Chinese-American filmmaker Lulu Wang’s latest movie, “The Farewell,” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in early 2019 and quickly became a critic favorite, with news outlets naming it the best film of the [...]

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Atlanta Film Festival Showcases Impactful, Emotional Films

The Plaza Theatre marquee welcomes eager moviegoers for the 43rd annual Atlanta Film Festival. /Courtesy of ATL Film Festival Film festivals are a haven for movie lovers everywhere. Packed with panels, conferences and, of course, films, they are unmissable opportunities to learn about and appreciate the medium. The Atlanta Film Festival, which took place April [...]

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