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Julia Munslow
Editor-in-Chief
[email protected] | Julia Munslow is a College junior from Providence, Rhode Island, majoring in creative writing and English. She joined the Wheel’s Board of Editors her freshman year as assistant arts & entertainment editor and, most recently worked as executive editor. Her photos have been syndicated by national media organizations including The New York Times and Newsweek. In addition to the Wheel, she is an IDEAS Fellow. She enjoys museums, cats, travel and dancing poorly at concerts.
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In the aftermath of the Student Government Association (SGA) split, several top SGA officials have issued conflicting interpretations of the state of its constitution both in SGA meetings and interviews ...
U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera reads poetry at the Schwartz Center Feb. 19. / Christine Song, Staff

At five years old, U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera watched border patrol arrive at a neighbor’s home, pull the family into a van and leave. Nearly 60 years later, ...
Demonstrators raise their fists in unison, chanting "We must love one another and protect each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains.” / Julia Munslow, Executive Editor

The morning of University President Claire E. Sterk’s inauguration as the 20th president of Emory, about 175 people gathered in front of the Administration Building. But the crowd did not ...

More than 200 University faculty members called University President Claire E. Sterk to designate Emory a “sanctuary campus” and institute a policy to protect the rights of undocumented students in ...

Emory University will not declare itself a “sanctuary campus” but will continue supporting undocumented students, according to a Jan. 18 all-Emory email from Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for ...

In two weeks, students will vote on a bill that could split the Student Government Association (SGA) into autonomous undergraduate and graduate branches. The bill is in an effort to ...

Emory University will comply with federal law in any measures it takes to support its undocumented students, according to a Nov. 29 University statement following a threat from State Rep. ...
Courtesy of Andrew Smithson / Flickr

The Wheel interviewed over a dozen students and professors who knew Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain, the two Emory students killed in last week’s terror attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Here ...