All posts by "Elena Margarella"

As our nation stands at the threshold of another presidential election, we face the significant responsibility of selecting the candidate who is best fit to lead our country. To help ...

Rita Dove, former U.S. poet laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner, captivated the Emory community with a free poetry reading at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts last Sunday. “I remember ...

As Emory Associate Professor of History Judith A. Miller beautifully stated in her November editorial to the Wheel following the tragic terrorist attacks on Paris, “Wherever you stand, whatever you ...

With finals and spring registration among us, college students are again faced with the daunting task of planning for the future. We map out study schedules, increase our intake of ...

You are one among many others, and together you are part of something bigger. You are data designed to prove something about humanity — as if anything about humanity is ...

“Poetry is language at its most distilled and most powerful,” former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove said. As a former poet laureate, Dove stands amongst the most talented poets of ...

The Office of LGBT Life, founded in the fall of 1991, has used Emory Pride — an undergraduate LGBTQ and Ally organization — as the vessel through which the Office ...

The Office of LGBT Life, founded in the fall of 1991, has used Emory Pride — an undergraduate LGBTQ and Ally organization — as the vessel through which the Office ...

At Convocation for the Class of 2019, University President James W. Wagner told us baby Eagles that the questions we will encounter in life are just as important, if not ...