Zack Levin

Zack Levin (22B) is from Suffern, New York, majoring in creative writing and marketing. Outside of the Wheel, he serves as the publicity chair for the Alloy Literary Magazine. In his free time, Levin enjoys hiking, watching whatever pops up in his Netflix recommendation feed and playing with his three dogs. Contact Levin at [email protected]

Reading of Homer’s ‘Iliad’ Transports Listeners to Ancient Greece

Keerthana Sivaramakrishnan /Senior Staff As Nick Fesette, assistant professor of theater at Oxford College, chronicled the epic clash between the Trojans and the Greeks, the room rumbled from the turbulent thunderstorm clashing just outside. It was as if Zeus himself had come to electrify the event.From Sept. 13 to 15, the Michael C. Carlos Museum [...]

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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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‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 a Sophomore Slump

Courtesy of HBO                         Note: Contains Spoilers for “Big Little Lies” Season 1 and 2 In the final episode of the second season of “Big Little Lies,” Renata (Laura Dern) tears down her stock-gambling and cheating husband’s toy collection and model train set — [...]

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You’ll Want to Be Buried in This ‘Pet Sematary’

Courtesy of Kerry Hayes Horror novelist extraordinaire Stephen King’s popularity has resurged these last few years following several high-profile movie adaptations of his most famous novels. Andy Muschietti’s “It” and Mike Flanagan’s “Gerald’s Game” both received critical acclaim, with the former becoming the highest-grossing horror film of all time. To the delight of King fans [...]

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The Oscars’ Five Worst Best Picture Winners

It’s the time of year when Hollywood’s best and brightest campaign against one another to win the illustrious title of Best Motion Picture of the Year. While I love the Oscars and have memorized the past 90 Best Picture nominees, some of the Academy’s choices are questionable. Though this year’s ceremony has been plagued by [...]

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