Category: Wheel

Irises looking at irises: Illuminarium’s O’Keeffe One Hundred Flowers experience

The first article I ever wrote for the Emory Wheel’s queer column was about Georgia O’Keeffe, the iconic modernist painter who forever transformed American art with her exploration of color, scale, ambiguity and abstraction. For those unfamiliar with her name, you will likely recognize her famous flower paintings; she created about 200 large, vibrant, carefully [...]

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Taking five: fifth year athletes reflect on extra year of eligibility

Fifth year athletes Liam Fost (left), Romin Williams (top right) and Natalie Costero compete for Emory athletics during their fifth year of NCAA eligibility. (Natalie Sandlow/Staff) When Emory University men’s track and field sprinter Liam Fost received the news in March 2020 that the NCAA was shutting down winter sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic, [...]

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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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Softball season saved by Emory athletes: Basketball and volleyball Eagles join the softball team on the field

In their first full season since 2019, the Emory University softball team compiled a 18-20 record. They have made appearances in five NCAA softball championships, most recently finishing as runner-ups in 2019. The Eagles have also brought home 12 championship titles out of their 16 appearances in the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships. However, the [...]

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