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News Editor
[email protected] | Alex Klugerman (20C) from Rockville, Md., planning to major in business administration. He served most recently as assistant news editor covering on-campus stories about the Trump administration and its effects on Emory’s campus. In addition to the Wheel, Alex serves as an Emory Student Ambassador.

The Dalai Lama postponed his scheduled October 2017 visit to Emory’s campus because of exhaustion, according to a statement from his office. The Emory presidential distinguished professor’s trip will likely ...

The Emory Wheel won a Mark of Excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and six awards from the Georgia Press Association. Editor-in-Chief Julia Munslow (18C) received a SPJ ...

Democrat Jon Ossoff received more support than expected in his congressional run in a district that has been Republican-controlled for 37 years, but it was not enough to seal the ...

Clinton to Deliver Law School Keynote Address EMORY — Former U.S. President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address for the School of Law’s Centennial Gala at the St. Regis ...

Students have had to to adapt their daily patterns by evading barriers and avoiding loud noise when possible, as construction ensues on both the Hospital Tower/Clifton Streetscape and the new ...

The 50th legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened March 27 for its last legislative session to discuss three bills on chartering and the SGA budget following the University-wide ...

EMORY — Former Emory Professor of Epidemiology Kevin Sullivan was sentenced by a United States District Court to six-and-a-half years in prison March 1 for possession of child pornography, according ...

Five Greek organizations suspended for hazing violations will return to Emory’s campus by Spring 2019, according to Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life Marlon Gibson. Sorority Delta Sigma Theta will ...

A bill that would cut state funding for private colleges that adopting the “sanctuary policy” designation and prohibiting school officials from complying with law enforcement passed through the Georgia House ...