Journalism

It is no secret that the Wheel, like all newspapers, has its fair number of critics. Our articles revolve around the Emory community, and consequently, we often report on situations in which students have acted controversially or broken rules and ...

When I applied to Emory, I wrote my supplemental essay about the importance of a free press. I cited events in Russia, Turkey and Egypt as examples of the dangers of a government that does not respect the rights of ...

Following last week’s uproar surrounding the chalkings of apparent support for Donald Trump across campus and the ensuing protests, I was simultaneously amazed and disheartened by how things became both inside and outside our institutional walls.  Much of the coverage ...

Dear All Dressed Up, Doolina is many things. A love guru she is not. For that, you should try consulting other sources, such as Yik Yak, Emory Secrets or the Magic 8 Ball. However, I can offer a few suggestions ...

As part of the September 2012 announcement of department changes and the resulting formation of faculty task forces to examine new areas for growth, an Emory College faculty committee released a report titled “The Digital Studies and New Media (DS ...

To the Editor: As recent Emory University alumni, we could not be more baffled by Emory’s recent decision to eliminate its Journalism Program. In addition to the profound impact that the program had on our educational experience, the University’s removal ...

Here’s the truth: I had planned to write an article this week discussing the dynamic between former President Jimmy Carter and the Jewish community at Emory. But after a series of events, I’ve changed my mind. Many articles in the ...