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Julia Munslow
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[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.

Friends, classmates and faculty describe Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain as kind, ambitious and beloved individuals whose humanity showed through their daily actions. He was humble and hardworking, but possessed ...

Emory University students Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain were taken hostage and killed in an attack Saturday in Dhaka, Bangladesh, according to Emory News Center. Twenty people were killed in ...

If English indie rock band The Wombats manages to find some free time on their upcoming U.S. summer tour, the trio might start a food blog. “We were actually considering ...

Student Hit By Car An Emory University student was hit by a car at the intersection of Clifton and Gatewood roads May 2, according to a statement from the University. ...

Thirteen years after the release of her single “A Thousand Miles,” Vanessa Carlton can finally say she’s figured out her musical style. However, in a phone interview with the Wheel, ...

The fourth iteration of “Flux Night,” a one night only public art exhibition, took over the streets of the historic Old Fourth Ward and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic ...

If you received a handwritten, otherwise unmarked package with a single tape cassette in the mail, what would you do? Last summer, people across the country received such packages , ...

When Anthony Gagliardi’s eighth grade English teacher showed his class a video of the poem “Scratch and Dent Dreams” by Eric Darby and told them to write down any lines ...

When asked about the main location of the arts community at Emory last year, it’s likely that “Eagle Row” would be far from the first place to come to most ...