doolino

Dear Doolino, It’s been three weeks since I last did my laundry, and I’ve been wearing the same free T-shirt I got from Wonderful Wednesday for days. I think people are starting to notice.  I don’t want to be that ...

Dear Doolino, Emory was the only school I applied to during my senior year of high school. Now that I’m finally enrolled here, I want to be able to meet as many different types of people as possible. I never ...

We are all busy, so stop making ridiculous plans to go on “that Stone Mountain trip” this weekend. Spoiled by the surprise holidays thanks to Hurricane Irma early in the month, every week of classes is a test. We must ...

It isn’t even a month into the semester and yet midterms have already started. Walk into the bottom floor of Robert W. Woodruff  Library and, if you are somehow able to find a place to sit, you will notice people ...

Dear Doolino, I am a College senior and will be graduating in May. I am currently undergoing the extremely stressful job recruitment process. Most of my friends in the B-School have gotten return offers and are finalizing those five-figure salaries. ...

Not even three weeks into the semester and things are already starting to hit the fan. Essay deadlines have suddenly become relevant, midterms have reared their ugly heads and I still have no idea when those books I ordered on ...

After nearly four months of absence, the student population has finally returned to Emory, raring to start a new academic year. While I say students have “returned,” a rather significant bunch of those irritating pre-med people won’t shut up about ...

It’s been an interesting Dooley’s Week, with the forced conformity to the Student Programming Council’s (SPC) Dooley’s Galaxy theme, the apocalyptic rainstorms and the unprecedented decency of the Ty Dolla Sign concert. However, the festivities we have been granted are ...

With only a month left of school, in four weeks, we will juxtapose this living Hell of a workload with a living Hell of monotony as we amble from room to room in our respective houses with absolutely nothing to ...