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Julia Munslow
Former Editor-in-Chief
[email protected] | Julia Munslow (18C) is from Coventry, R.I., majoring in English and creative writing. She joined the Wheel’s Board of Editors her freshman year as assistant arts & entertainment editor and served most recently as executive editor. This past summer, she covered national politics for Yahoo News. Her photos of the 2016 Trump chalkings protest won an SPJ Mark of Excellence for Breaking News Photography and were syndicated by national media organizations including The New York Times and Newsweek. In addition to the Wheel, she is an Interdisciplinary Exploration and Scholarship (IDEAS) Fellow, a member of Mortar Board and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa.

While the members of Emory’s newly-founded Quidditch team may not have mastered the art of flying just yet, the club sport is off to a sweeping start. The Emory University ...

Some make brackets for basketball, others for soccer. But at the end of the film awards season, movie buffs everywhere are creating their own brackets to predict the winners of this ...

Anyone belonging to the Millennial Generation is all too familiar with the desire to be famous — online. In the age of social media, popularity and celebrity are defined by ...

By Julia Munslow Staff Writer Mention North Korea, and many people will immediately conjure up images of political unrest. However, Emory’s student-run chapter of Liberty in North Korea (LiNK), who ...

By Julia Munslow Contributing Writer Emory’s student-run fashion magazine (404) held an event at Ali’s Cookies in Emory Village on Sunday, Nov. 16 to celebrate its new name and look ...

By Julia Munslow Staff Writer Though the self-proclaimed “Gents” of Emory a cappella are known for their classic blue and gold ties, last Saturday, the group dressed up for a ...

By Julia Munslow Antiquated, monotonous and boring: the often misleading reputation of poetry and everything that Black Dog proved contemporary poetry is not. Emory’s literary journal The Pulse hosted Black ...

“Should I be laughing right now?” Audience members of “Pinter Revue” found themselves asking that question throughout the performance. “Pinter Revue” is a collection of short comedic sketches depicting the ...

  Students rushing off to Music Midtown this weekend stumbled upon a musical performance on Emory’s campus highlighting some of our finest singers — sans musical instruments. Last Friday, The ...