All posts by "Lydia O'Neal"

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A College senior studying economics and French, Lydia O’Neal has written for The Morning Call, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Consumer Reports Magazine and USA Today College. She began writing for the News section during her freshman year and began illustrating for the Wheel in the spring of her junior year. Lydia is studying in Paris for the fall 2015 semester.

Bon Appétit Management Company, a subsidiary of Compass Group USA, has made a name for itself as a fair-trade food service and advocate for farmers’ rights. Some of its Emory ...

PARIS — As a group of coordinated terrorist attacks struck parts of northern and central Paris and a stadium just north of the city, Emory students studying in the French ...

“If I had to describe the new building, I’d say it’s an extrovert,” Turan Duda said. Duda is a design partner at Duda Paine Architects, the firm that — along ...

KA Suspended for Three Years After the Office of Student Conduct determined that Kappa Alpha (KA) had violated the University’s Anti-Hazing Policy in late April, the fraternity was removed from ...

Before designer, activist and founder of his namesake shoe company Kenneth Cole (’76C) addressed the senior class of 2015 for Class Day on Thursday night, he asked them not to ...

As part of the Eagle Row Themed Housing program announced last month, members of the Emory Black Student Alliance (BSA) will live at 22 Eagle Row, students with interest in media and ...

The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) will remove Chi Phi fraternity from campus after the Office of Student Conduct determined through an investigation that the fraternity violated the OSFL ...

Just before a quiz that he later said he had not prepared for, a senior in a lower level humanities course created a small cheat sheet. When the professor noticed ...

Zaya Mediterranean Cuisine, also known as Zaya at Dooley’s Den at the Depot, is set to undergo an interior design transformation along with menu changes by the end of the ...