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“I didn’t sleep that night,” said Jamie Guillen (19C), who couldn’t help but feel guilty and worried as she lay in her safe bed at Emory while friends and family back in Houston, Texas, fought to survive the devastating Category ...

Outcries against the removal of a Confederate monument at the Charlottesville, Va., “Unite the Right” rally and tense discourse between Georgia state representatives have contributed to escalating debates in the South over Confederate symbols and their locations in modern society. ...

The national headquarters of Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta) has placed Emory’s chapter on probation and ceased all chapter activity, according to a Sept. 1 statement sent to the Wheel on behalf of Tri Delta Executive Office President Kimberlee Di ...

Emory’s Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) chapter faces sanctions after an investigation uncovered violations of the school’s anti-hazing policy and the alcohol and drug abuse policy. The chapter lost their on-campus housing at 8 Eagle Row for the 2017-2018 academic year ...

The Dalai Lama postponed his scheduled October 2017 visit to Emory’s campus because of exhaustion, according to a statement from his office. The Emory presidential distinguished professor’s trip will likely be rescheduled to Spring 2018, according to Associate Director of ...

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 ...