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Harrison Kwon (14OX, 18B) went from having one roommate to 55 when he joined the Republic of Korea Armed Forces after completing his sophomore year at Oxford College. “I still remember vividly the first couple nights I couldn’t go to ...

Artists from the likes of Vincent van Gogh to William Blake have attempted to capture the essence of the sunflower, but it’s the creators behind Cafe Sunflower, a restaurant that offers sublime, all-vegan food, who have captured the essence of ...

Following last week’s announcement that former U.S. Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey will deliver the keynote speech at this year’s commencement ceremony, the majority of undergraduate and graduate students The Emory Wheel interviewed expressed indifference toward Emory’s ...

“No hate, no fear. Refugees are welcome here,” about 60 Emory students — the majority of whom were Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) graduate students — shouted during a Feb. 2 demonstration to “stand up” and “speak out” against ...

Two Robert W. Woodruff Scholars, College senior Noam Kantor and College alumna Emilia Truluck (16C), were named 2017 Marshall Scholars. This is the second year that Emory has had two Marshall Scholars in the same year, the first being in ...
Photo by Alisha Compton

Ninja, a medium-sized black pitbull-mix, walks up to the fMRI machine, a purple wrap that secures ear plugs holding down her ears. She wags her tail and climbs onto the machine’s platform as her owner walks to the other side. ...
Photo by Alisha Compton

C.S. Lewis famously said, “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” Whether you believe size, taste or convenience makes the chai you purchase the chai for you, here is ...
Courtesy of Gatway Center Faces of Homelessness Speaker's Bureau

On March 17, Gateway Center employee Bill Smith came to speak to University students and share his personal account of homelessness. In foster care since he was six-months-old, Smith is a survivor of sexual assault and watched his older brother ...
Photo by Ruth Reyes

Helping Organizations and People Everywhere (HOPE) and Emory’s United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) collaborated to put on a dodgeball tournament on March 19. This tournament aimed to raise money for UNICEF’s Tap Project. According to the UNICEF Tap ...