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We have marched a long journey, but are now finally upon the sweet nectar of gravy, stuffing and awkward questions from obscure relatives. For many, this is a well-deserved break where we can recharge our batteries and finally rest and ...

Life is governed by uncertainty, but alleviating this perpetual confusion gives one’s endeavors meaning. Of all the uncertainties that exist, there is but one that stands out so ostentatiously to those who are not blessed with the enlightenment of an ...

And there goes Halloween, a wonderful time of the year filled with candy, parties and visiting the president’s hou — oh, that didn’t happen this year. Anyways, as we depart these wonderful days of pumpkin everything, we enter a rather ...

Family Weekend, when the guardians of your nourishment and development come and smother you with free food for a lovely two or three days. For many, this was a time of unconditional love and free meals, but with the weekend ...

Good weather, no roommate and a very empty deli line at the DUC: the three prongs that make up the trident of fall break. Unfortunately, these happy times of procrastination have faded and we are left with this awkward middle ...

Emory was recently named a top-20 school by U.S. News and World Report and a top-17 school by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education. However, even the glow of our new prestige can’t mask the fact that after ...

The undergraduate student body is swamped by midterms, visible by the number of people swarming the libraries and the EPASS tutors with last-minute revisions. Students should not be annoyed at the idea of midterms (barring the fact that this is ...

Dear Doolino, Mondays are the worst for me! I have a PACE class at 8 a.m., and am totally booked until 2 p.m. As a result I’m overloaded with work on Sundays, and extremely sluggish on Mondays so I can’t ...

Ah, March. In like a lion, out like a lamb. It signifies the beginning of spring, the rebirth of flowers and the unfortunate commencement of the yellow haze of pollen. However, for your fearless and peerless correspondent Doolino, March signifies ...