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Executive Digital Editor
2015-2016 Executive Digital Editor | Stephen Fowler is a College senior from McDonough, Georgia studying Communications through Emory’s Interdisciplinary Studies program. He started writing for the Wheel his sophomore year and has served as Central Administration beat writer, Greek Life beat writer, Assistant News Editor and Student Life editor before taking over all things Digital. His senior thesis is on the rise of the Internet rapper, he is a College Media Fellow and you can find him posting on every single social media site except Myspace about brunch, bow ties and beats (the musical kind).

After four years, the class of 2016 has transitioned from students, to alumni. Six graduating seniors have reflected upon their undergraduate experiences. Stephen Fowler, from McDonough, Georgia, discusses his time ...

Following last week’s uproar surrounding the chalkings of apparent support for Donald Trump across campus and the ensuing protests, I was simultaneously amazed and disheartened by how things became both ...

From winter weather to Wagner’s resignation, this was a busy year for us. Using analytics, here are the 10 stories with the most page views from 2015. Students Protest Racism ...

With a collective name like Awful Records, one might not expect much from the motley crew of oddly-named performers that descended upon the Goizueta Business School’s Patterson Courtyard on Friday ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat such that the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination ...

With spring finally in the air, now is the perfect time to spend your weekends enjoying the Atlanta BeltLine, a 33-mile network of walking, biking and hiking trails that encircle ...

When talking about food, ‘medium rare’ refers to cooking meat so the outside is browned with just a hint of red in the middle, striving to provide the perfect combination ...