Diversity

Emory’s total tuition, fees and room and board for the 2015-2016 academic year stood at $63,058, higher than the median American household income of $57,617, according to census data from those years. Even after financial aid is taken into account, ...

I walk into a room, glance at every face and realize that I am the only black person and often the only person of color. That is a daily ritual. There is no feeling I am more familiar with than ...

As a product of the private education system, I’ve suffered through innumerable talks on “diversity and inclusion.” Most have been subpar, and the presentation given to Emory student-athletes by NFL player Kelvin Beachum last Friday was undoubtedly subpar. The talk, ...

In the 21st century, diversity has become one of the most valued traits of any workplace or college campus. It represents the pinnacle of any developed, progressive society; it is the barometer of acceptance and fairness. Like any other core ...

In 2013, Furman University graduates Tyler Droll and Brooks Buffington launched the social media app Yik Yak, which allows users within a five-mile radius to anonymously create, vote on and comment on discussion threads made by other users in the ...

For the new students on campus, here is our take on life at Emory – one that may not be tinted with rose-colored glasses. We at the Wheel ruminated on our combined experiences and came up with five facts about ...

In 1962, the Emory University School of Law won a Georgia Supreme Court case overturning segregation measures in private schools, allowing them to admit students of color without losing the School’s tax-exempt status. More than 50 years later, another development ...

Some make brackets for basketball, others for soccer. But at the end of the film awards season, movie buffs everywhere are creating their own brackets to predict the winners of this year’s Academy Awards. The Academy announced the list of the ...

In light of the New Year, we at the Wheel have comprised a list of internal and external wishes and resolutions for both our editorial board and the greater Emory community. We would first like to address a legitimate concern ...