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NEWS

Eighteen members of The Emory Wheel’s editorial board voted Monday on three amendments to the newspaper’s current constitution. The amendments address the Wheel’s internal structure...

Last Saturday, April 16, the Emory chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) hosted its 46th annual NAACP Image...

John Morgan, chair of the Emory University Board of Trustees, announced that the Presidential Selection Committee will propose a final presidential candidate for approval...

Tuesday, April 12, faculty, staff and administrators gathered in Winship Ballroom for the Employee Council Town Hall, an annual discussion in which employees discuss...
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OPINION

As a campus conservative, former chair of the Emory College Republicans and advocate for free speech, I condemn the crude and hateful rhetoric of...

In the 21st century, diversity has become one of the most valued traits of any workplace or college campus. It represents the pinnacle of...

This election cycle has been marked by extremely competitive primaries and intraparty squabble. Reading angry social media posts discoursing a primary candidate is unavoidable....

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

There’s a chance that whether or not you usually agree with me, you’re probably going to disagree with me about High-Rise. It’s the kind...

SPORTS

The Emory men’s and women’s track team continued its outdoor season at the University Athletic Association (UAA) Conference Championships last weekend hosted by Washington...

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EMORY LIFE

Photo courtesy of Paige Gaut

Brothers of Alpha Phi Omega (APO), Emory’s co-ed service fraternity, and the residents and staff of Evans Hall came together last Saturday to create...
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As I walk into her office, Goizueta Business School Professor Usha Rackliffe wears a St. John’s style dress, garnished with pearls and a peacock...