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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.

At most competitions, it’s unheard of for teams to yell at the judges to give their opponents the highest possible marks, but, at the Grand Slam Finals of Brave New ...

“I want it to ‘womp,’” a story artist told Pixar animator Fran Kalal. “Can you make the hair womp?’” As a technical artist who works with computer generated images to ...

Despite the population of female students on Emory’s campus who are able to get an education, for girls around the world, this opportunity is often not available. The Pakistani Student ...

Everyone has scars. The stories behind them vary, from those embarrassing missteps you would rather not talk about, to 3 a.m. adventures with friends that are the essence of the college ...

While many college students dream of living in New York City after graduation, the transition may be more difficult for some than for others. However, it likely won’t be as ...

“This is why you go to school: so you don’t end up like him,” a mother says to her son, looking at a worker cleaning a maintenance room. The mother ...

While the image of the “starving artist” may be the stereotype that many people picture at the mention of an artistic career, two Emory University graduate students have turned that ...

While artistic ability isn’t for everyone, it won’t stop you from appreciating art. The High Museum of Art gave college students the opportunity to do just that on Saturday, Feb. ...

It’s hard to take your eyes off of Jake Krakovsky. The Emory University alumnus (‘14C) sits on top of a wooden barrel, a large book in his hand; he is ...