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The Emory community spoke out against the violence and hatred displayed by extremist groups after last weekend’s deadly clashes in Charlottesville, Va. University President Claire E. Sterk condemned “supremacist ideology” in an Aug. 14 all-Emory email responding to the events, ...

Lynna Williams, an associate professor of English and creative writing who helped shape Emory’s Creative Writing Program and was known for her sharp sense of humor and literary wit, died July 29 after a fight with gallbladder cancer, according to ...

An Emory professor came under fire for her tweets criticizing the GOP health care plan in response to an update on the condition of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), who was shot last month at a congressional baseball practice. ...

This article was updated 7/11/17 at 4:20 p.m. to reflect the Anthropology Department email obtained by the Wheel. This story will continue to be updated as more information becomes available. An Emory student is facing a first-degree felony charge after ...

The Emory College Republicans is one of two chapters that seceded from the Georgia Association of College Republicans (GACR) due to a lack of “proper support,” according to a June 8 letter to the state organization. The letter, written by ...

As the permanent dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of English Michael A. Elliott will look to ensure that Emory is a leader in the liberal arts and partner the College with the rest ...

Tom Hilchey (16OX, 18C), an impulsively curious neuroscience student who exuded joy and compassion, was pronounced brain dead Sunday after he fell off of a back porch railing in Ithaca, N.Y., according to his older brother, Jack Hilchey (15C). He ...

Thomas Hilchey (16OX, 18C) died Sunday after he sustained injuries from falling off a second-story balcony earlier that weekend, according to Duncan Hilchey, his father. Thomas Hilchey was 20 years old. A police investigation is still ongoing as of Tuesday ...

The Emory Wheel won a Mark of Excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and six awards from the Georgia Press Association. Editor-in-Chief Julia Munslow (18C) received a SPJ Mark of Excellence in the category “Breaking News Photography (Small)” ...