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Michelle Lou
Executive Editor
[email protected] | Michelle Lou is a College junior from Irvine, California, majoring in political science. She most recently served as news editor and copy chief. She interned at USA TODAY's copy desk this past summer and enjoys snorkeling.

No student unaffiliated with the Wheel attended the open forum held by the third candidate for the College of Arts and Sciences dean position Thursday morning in Harland Cinema. Open ...

If elected as the representative for the 34th Congressional District in California, Emory alumnus Robert Lee Ahn (98B) would be the first Korean-American U.S. congressman in 20 years. Although this ...

Emory University signed its second amicus curiae brief in two months opposing President Donald J. Trump’s immigration policy, joining a coalition of 30 other U.S. universities filing against Trump’s revised ...

A College senior issued a formal challenge to the Elections Board via email March 25 at 12:24 a.m. against two candidates running for top student government positions. David Joannides (17C), ...

UPDATE (3/27 at 3:58 p.m.): The story has been updated with quotes from Mark Neufeld (18B), who was previously unavailable for comment. UPDATE (3/25 at 10:30 p.m.): The story has been updated with quotes ...

  About 2.2 percent of the Emory undergraduate student body voted in the undergraduate-wide referendum on the Student Government Association (SGA) restructure bill, which passed 133-36 Wednesday night, according to ...

In a room of 30 AIDS experts, a woman from a coal mining town in the Netherlands met a man from a small Midwestern town at the unexpectedly romantic Centers ...

A bill to restructure the undergraduate student government will go to an undergraduate-wide referendum after it passed the 50th legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) Monday. SGA convened Monday ...

Emory University and 16 other universities filed a Feb. 13 amicus curiae brief opposing President Donald J. Trump’s executive order on immigration in a New York federal district court case. ...