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As an elderly patron entered the Cannon Chapel for an April 8 lecture, she happened upon Emory University President Claire E. Sterk. Of Sterk’s numerous responsibilities, including fundraising for the University and advocating on behalf of Emory, she typically does ...

The issue of gun control has once again become a national debate, sparked by the Feb. 14 Parkland, Fla., mass high school shooting and the ensuing worldwide “March For Our Lives” movement that attracted scores of protesters. The Wheel spoke ...

A panel of four interdisciplinary professors discussed how black and “Latinx” communities should unite to combat racial prejudice to an audience of about 50 people at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Feb. 22. The panel consisted of Alan Aja, ...

Chelsea Jackson (18C) has been selected as a 2018 Rhodes Scholar, the 20th Emory student and first African-American Emory student to earn the prestigious scholarship. Jackson, a political science and African American studies double major, will head to Oxford University ...

“Moments trip gently along over here,” a young Barack Obama writes. Obama, then a college student, writes a letter in the winter of 1983 to his then-girlfriend, Alexandra McNear, detailing his usual routine at Columbia University: running on the indoor ...