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Michelle Lou
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Michelle Lou (19C) is from Irvine, Calif., majoring in political science and minoring in East Asian studies. She previously served as copy chief, news editor and executive editor. She won first place in the 2017 Georgia College Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest in the category Best News Article Based on Investigative Reporting for her coverage of the Spring 2017 student government elections. Outside of the Wheel, she is an undergraduate research fellow at Emory’s Center for Law and Social Science; a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Pi Sigma Alpha; and an avid skorkler snorkeling. She has interned at USA TODAY's copy desk and HuffPost's breaking news team.

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 ...

For most, being stranded on an obscure, uninhabited island is almost unfathomable; however, singer-songwriter and guitarist Andy Hull and lead guitarist Robert McDowell of Atlanta-based indie rock band Manchester Orchestra ...

Approximately 350 Emory and Atlanta community members commemorated the lives of Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain, celebrating their dedication to service, leadership and kindness July 7 at an interfaith vigil ...

Emory students explored the meaning of confrontation of social prejudice and other obstacles through an array of student and local art Sunday, April 3, at Emory Muslim Students Association’s (MSA) ...
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On Friday, April 1 from 6 to 9 p.m., the third annual International Festival and Emory World Cup will take place on McDonough Field. Hoping to bring together the Emory ...

A celebration of women, Menopause the Musical, written by Jeanie Linders, features four middle-aged women who meet in a department store and bond over the effects of “The Change,” a ...