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The PSL Syndrome

The PSL Syndrome

Abigael Maldonado-Figueroa, Entertainment Writer

September 28, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Topics

This past Thursday was the Autumnal Equinox. As we all know, this brings in all of the pumpkin products that to some might seem unnecessary and extra, but to others are so crucial to fall as ugly Christmas sweaters and cute scarves are to winter. Starbucks started out the pre-season by offering an...

Bob’s Burgers- Making You Both Laugh and Hungry

Bob’s Burgers- Making You Both Laugh and Hungry

Remi Moon, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

You’re stressed. It’s almost finals. You have dozens of research papers and final projects. You just want to go back to your room, ignore your roommate, and take a nap to destress. Well, I’ve got something even better: watch Bob’s Burgers. Bob’s Burgers will not disappoint. Even the opener every time ...

MAJOR KEY ALERT: DJ Khaled Lights Up Stage With Wisdom

MAJOR KEY ALERT: DJ Khaled Lights Up Stage With Wisdom

Maron Tate, Entertainment Staff Writer

April 11, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

You’ve probably heard of him. Maybe you remember his number one hit single “All I Do is Win” featuring stars like Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, T-Pain, and Rick Ross from 2010, or maybe you’ve checked Facebook more than once in the past year and come across his viral motivational video. He’s a ...

The Exploration of Black Bodies in Popular Culture

The Exploration of Black Bodies in Popular Culture

Mawuko Kpodo, Entertainment Staff Writer

April 4, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

In a society that is wrought with racial injustice, inequality, and violence, there is a tension between allowing the voice of marginalized peoples to emerge to the forefront, and creating an environment that facilitates healing by attempting to allow the instances that have characterized the experiences...

House of Cards: A Must-Watch

Olivia Ordin, Entertainment Staff Writer

April 3, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

  Ok, Netflix fans—if you are in need of a new series to binge watch in lieu of studying for finals or writing your final essay, then I have the perfect show for you. “House of Cards” is a chilling political drama featuring Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood, a Congressman seeking what many rising politicians dedicate their lives to pursuing: power. Congressman Underwood and his equally ambitious, power-hungry wife, Claire, devi...

An Unexpected Guilty Pleasure

An Unexpected Guilty Pleasure

Ayushi Kokroo

March 28, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Never before would I have thought that a spin off of a largely loved TV sitcom would become my new guilty pleasure. Whether it’s a rainy Thursday afternoon, or a busy Sunday where procrastination is at its height, Fuller House has become one of the most watched shows on my Netflix account. When I first...

Donald Trump, A Dependable Headline: Trump’s Relationship with the Media

Donald Trump, A Dependable Headline: Trump’s Relationship with the Media

Mallika Kolachala, Staff Writer

March 21, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

We’re all aware of the overly tan, controversy spitting person that is Donald J Trump. But how is it that we’ve become aware? The media decides how the country views Trump, what to report on him, and is barely shy of telling people their opinions for them. He’s also the most reliable headline and ...

Welcome To Spring ft. The Spring Concert Series!

Welcome To Spring ft. The Spring Concert Series!

Jordan Chapman, Staff Writer

March 21, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

Welcome to spring everyone!! Since it's officially a new season, it's about time that we got the low down on what the spring concerts will entail!! There are 2 this season per usual, one on Emory main campus and one at Oxford Campus. This year's artists for Dooleyweek are the Chainsmokers for main campus,...

Spring Performance, Arcadia, is a Smashing Hit

Spring Performance, Arcadia, is a Smashing Hit

Maron Tate, Entertainment Staff Writer

February 29, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

On Friday the 25th at 7:30 P.M., Tarbutton Theater filled with a huge audience in anticipation for the sold out spring drama production, Arcadia. The show, a commemoration for the opening of Oxford’s new science building, was almost entirely student-run, with a full cast and crew of students, and di...

Hard Boil with Sarah Kelley: Mothers

Hard Boil with Sarah Kelley: Mothers

Sarah Kelley, Staff Writer

February 22, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

Up and coming band straight out of Athens, Mothers already has the spot of my favorite album of 2016. Headed by Kristine Leschper, the band has this insanely beautiful sound that sends shivers down your spine (in a good way). Their debut album When You Walk A Long Way You Are Tired drops on the 26th...

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