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Hannah Conway
Associate Editor
[email protected] | Hannah Conway (18C) from Los Angeles, majoring in American studies with a concentration in life-writing, narrative and memory studies and minoring in media studies. After serving as music critic for the arts & entertainment section, she became arts & entertainment editor before studying abroad in Copenhagen Fall 2016. In addition to the Wheel, Hannah is a sister of Gamma Phi Beta and a frequent concert-goer.

When Steve Feit (92C) and David Marmins (91C) reminisce about the trip they took to Kentucky in 2015, it’s likely that their memories of visiting the Louisville Slugger Museum and ...

“The simple logic is that when a nation-state begins to talk about a wall, it is by necessity imagining an invader,” novelist Junot Diaz said to an audience of students, ...

Right before I left for college, John Mayer wrote me a letter on a plane. The story is less interesting than it sounds, but it’s still one of my favorites ...

“I feel devastated,” Emory University School of Medicine Cardiology Fellow Heval Mohamed Kelli said when asked about his reaction to President Donald J. Trump’s executive order on immigration. “I would’ve ...

About 70 Emory affiliates gathered in Asbury Circle in a demonstration against President Donald J. Trump’s policies two days after his executive order on immigration. Some at the Sunday protest ...

The 50th Legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) discussed the proposed SGA restructure in an undergraduate-only meeting following its legislative meeting and confirmed two appointments, one to the Constitutional ...

Three Emory University alumni — an editor, a clergywoman and a powerful businessman — have been appointed members of Emory’s Board of Trustees, which oversees University policy and exercises fiduciary ...

When we first met Justin Vernon in 2007, he had just escaped isolation. His debut album, For Emma, Forever Ago (2007), was recorded in his father’s hunting cabin outside of ...

When sophomore Daniel Pietsch leaned forward from his starting blocks at the 2016 NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships this past Saturday, he was only a 400m race away from a ...