Julia Munslow is a College junior from Providence, Rhode Island, majoring in creative writing and English. She joined the Wheel’s Board of Editors her freshman year as assistant arts & entertainment editor and, most recently worked as executive editor. Her photos have been syndicated by national media organizations including The New York Times and Newsweek. In addition to the Wheel, she is an IDEAS Fellow. She enjoys museums, cats, travel and dancing poorly at concerts.
Michelle Lou is a Goizueta Business School sophomore from Irvine, California, majoring in political science and business administration. She most recently served as copy chief. When she isn’t deleting Oxford commas, she likes to eat macaroni and cheese and watch Adventure Time (preferably at the same time).
Hayley Silverstein is a College junior from Atlanta, Georgia, majoring in French and minoring in political science. She started her Wheel career as Emory life editor and most recently served as senior layout editor. Hayley is involved in clinical research for Emory School of Medicine’s Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics and rocks an intellectual crush on Albert Camus. In her free time, Hayley enjoys watching soccer, namely the English Premier League, and using her Dooley Dollars to buy goods for her fellow college students at Kaldi’s and the convenience store.
Brian Savino is a College sophomore from Westchester, New York, majoring in chemistry and minoring in mathematics. He started his Wheel career as the gaming critic for the arts & entertainment section and most recently served as the arts & entertainment editor. When he is not listening to Radiohead, Brian can be found reading about astrochemistry, playing video games or organizing something. To cheer him up, all you need is a Conan Travels video and a chocolate chai from Kaldi’s.
Alisha Compton is a College sophomore from Chantilly, Virginia, majoring in neuroscience and behavioral biology and English, with a concentration in creative non-fiction. She most recently served as Emory life editor. Her interests include sunflowers, Gamma Phi Beta and chai lattes.
Leigh Schlecht is a College sophomore from Sheboygan, Wisconsin, majoring in comparative literature and interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in art and social change. Intending to pursue a career in publishing, Leigh is assistant to an editor at the Academy of Management Journal and assistant to Winship Distinguished Research Professor Sarah McPhee, who is writing a biography on Giovanni Battista Falda. In addition to her literary pursuits, Leigh works as an assistant at the Rose Library and as a teaching assistant for IDEAS sidecar course “Identity Stories in English and Spanish.” She enjoys cooking and audio engineering, and is training for a half-marathon in April.
Editorial Page Editor
Annie Cohen is a College freshman from New Orleans, Louisiana, majoring in English. She joined the Wheel’s Editorial Board Fall 2016. She has a special interest in musical theater and Shakespeare, and she performed in Theater Emory's Fall 2016 production of Romeo and Juliet.
Social Media Editor
Nicole Sadek is a College freshman from Charleston, South Carolina, majoring in English and creative writing and international studies. She plans to become the next Brandon Stanton, and has absolutely no backup plan. You can find her drinking iced coffee and listening to The Head and the Heart.
Ruth Reyes is a College sophomore from Miami, Florida, majoring in media studies and interdisciplinary studies. She grew to love journalism in high school as photo editor, writer and photographer for The Harbinger at Miami Lakes Educational Center. Now she aspires to work for The Walt Disney Company, The New York Times or Teen Vogue. If all else fails, she hopes to own a secondhand-bookshop-cafe where she can read Hemingway all day, every day.
Assistant Sports Editor
Kevin Kilgour is a Goizueta Business School junior from Wichita, Kansas, majoring in business administration with a concentration in marketing and English. Some of his greatest sports accomplishments include predicting Butler’s 2010 Final Four run and leading PAL Group One Eight (gold is our fate) to an Oxford Olympics championship. One of his primary goals in life is to write Derrick Rose’s biography.
Assistant Editorial Page Editor
Madeline Lutwyche is a College freshman from Baltimore, Maryland majoring in mathematics. She came to Emory primarily for the warm weather, and joined the Wheel’s Editorial Board Fall 2016. She is an unfortunate resident of Dobbs Hall, a member of the Women’s Swimming and Diving team and a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon. Maddy enjoys celebrating her heritage with strong cups of tea, inappropriate BBC Radio 4 program(me)s and Oxford commas.
Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor
Devin Bog is a College freshman from Fremont, California. When he's not at the Wheel, Devin can be found singing with the University Chorus, working on Complex Hall Council or watching way too much of The West Wing alone in his room. He enjoys all sorts of music and is a proud member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Assistant Emory Life Editor
Niraj Naik is a College freshman from Twinsburg, Ohio, who plans to major in business administration and is minoring in political science. Niraj is a nice guy looking for someone fun with whom he enjoys spending time. If you fit that description, hit him up!
Emily Sullivan is a College junior from Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, majoring in international studies and minoring in ethics. She most recently served as news editor. Emily dances whenever she can and is interested in the relationship between journalism and human rights issues.
Anwesha Guha is a College junior from Montgomery, Alabama, majoring in English and quantitative science with a concentration in biology. She most recently served as news editor. In addition to the Wheel, she researches, tutors, binge watches television shows and acts like she knows what she's doing with her life.
Brian Taggett is a College sophomore from Kalamazoo, Michigan, majoring in political science and Latin American and Caribbean studies. He most recently served as editorial page editor. Between referring to carbonated beverages as "pop" and unabashedly cheering for the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings, Brian is about as Michigan as they come.
Hannah Conway is a College junior from Los Angeles, California, majoring in American studies with a concentration in life-writing, narrative and memory studies and minoring in media studies. After serving as music critic for the arts & entertainment section, she became arts & entertainment editor before studying abroad in Copenhagen Fall 2016. In addition to the Wheel, Hannah is a sister of Gamma Phi Beta and a frequent concert-goer.