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[email protected] | Alisha Compton (19C) is from Chantilly, Va., majoring in neuroscience and behavioral biology and English, with a concentration in creative non-fiction. She most recently served as Emory life editor. In addition to the Wheel, she is a sister of Gamma Phi Beta. This past summer, she conducted computational neuroscience research at the Kransow Institute.

Goizueta Business School junior forward Moustafa Khattab wears No. 10 for the Emory men’s soccer team. Alisha Compton, The Emory Wheel: Has soccer always been your favorite sport? Moustafa Khattab: ...

Once a year, about 200 community members swarm Eagle Row to pack themselves into a fraternity house with the intent of sharing ideas rather than partying the night away. Six ...

Lynna Williams, an associate professor of English and creative writing who helped shape Emory’s Creative Writing Program and was known for her sharp sense of humor and literary wit, died ...

An Emory professor came under fire for her tweets criticizing the GOP health care plan in response to an update on the condition of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), ...

Harrison Kwon (14OX, 18B) went from having one roommate to 55 when he joined the Republic of Korea Armed Forces after completing his sophomore year at Oxford College. “I still ...

The Eagles had multiple top 20 performances against a field dominated by DI teams in their third to last meet before the UAA Championships. Although overall team scores were not ...

Freshman golfer Sam Galloway scored his first career albatross — two strokes on a par five — at the Huntingdon Intercollegiate (Ala.) March 28 and 29, highlighting an up-and-down weekend ...

Artists from the likes of Vincent van Gogh to William Blake have attempted to capture the essence of the sunflower, but it’s the creators behind Cafe Sunflower, a restaurant that ...

“No hate, no fear. Refugees are welcome here,” about 60 Emory students — the majority of whom were Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) graduate students — shouted during a ...