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Michelle Lou
Executive Editor
[email protected] | Michelle Lou (19C) is from Irvine, Calif., majoring in political science. She previously served as copy chief and news editor. Outside of the Wheel, she is an undergraduate research fellow at Emory's Center for the Study of Law, Politics and Economics and enjoys snorkeling. This past summer, she interned at USA TODAY's copy desk.

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. ...

At her inauguration as the first female and 20th Emory University president Wednesday in Glenn Memorial Church, Claire E. Sterk emphasized practicing mutual respect in a divided society and the importance ...

A climate change and public health conference initiated by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and several non-governmental organizations will replace the cancelled Centers for Disease and Control Prevention’s (CDC) ...

With the University-wide referendum to split the Student Government Association (SGA) into autonomous undergraduate and graduate branches less than a week away, the majority of undergraduate students The Emory Wheel ...

Days after he testified before the U.S. Senate that President-elect Donald J. Trump’s nominee for U.S. attorney general Sen. Jefferson Sessions (R-Ala.) is unfit to be appointed to the Cabinet ...

The Georgia First Amendment Foundation (FAF) hosted the 15th annual Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Banquet Oct. 13 honoring Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) for its role in ...

Despite the evacuation prompted by severe weather on the second day of Music Midtown, the music proved more than enough reason for fans to endure damp socks and enjoy live ...