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Associate Editor

[email protected] | Anwesha Guha (18C) is from Montgomery, Ala., majoring in English and quantitative science with a concentration in biology. She served most recently as news editor. In addition to the Wheel, she researches and tutors.

Emory men’s soccer turned around last week’s defeats by securing a 4-0 win against the Berry College (Ga.) Vikings Oct. 22 at home. With this being their last non-conference game ...

Andrew Wilson just keeps swimming (and placing himself on the podium at the highest levels of competitive swimming). The former Emory swimmer, who graduated in 2017 from the College,  won ...

Actress Jackie Cruz was selected to speak at the 2017 Class Day, a ceremony for baccalaureate graduates from the Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Goizueta Business School, Nell Hodgson ...

Gurbani Singh (18B) will serve as Student Government Association (SGA) president and Cassidy Schwartz (18C) will serve as College Council (CC) president for the 2017-2018 academic school year, according to ...

David Joannides (17C), who submitted a formal challenge against Student Government Association (SGA) candidates Gurbani Singh (18B) and Natasha Armstrong (18B) to the Elections Board March 25, withdrew his complaint ...

Six student government candidates discussed their election platforms and answered questions from Emory community members via Twitter, The Emory Wheel, and Wheel Editorial Board in this year’s Wheel debates March ...

A petition requesting Emory College of Arts and Sciences to create a Korean major has garnered 165 signatures in the last two weeks. College senior Chaesun Lee wrote and shared ...

Weapon Possession at ZBT EMORY — Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call from 8 Eagle Row, the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity house, regarding suspicious activity involving possession ...

Emory Water Turns Brown ATLANTA – Brown water was found coming from toilets, sinks and fountains across the Emory campus and surrounding area Tuesday night, including the ones in Cox ...