Karishma Mehrotra

Karishma Mehrotra is a first-generation Indian-American and the former executive editor of The Emory Wheel. This opinion about the Trump chalkings does not reflect the opinion of the Wheel. Almost two weeks after we woke up to “TRUMP 2016” plastered ...

Administrators, faculty, staff and student activists from different parts of the campus deliberated on potential solutions that address the 13 “Black Students at Emory” demands at the “Racial Justice Retreat” from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday in Winship ...

As hundreds of people snacked on popcorn and sipped coffee in the Georgia Institute of Technology auditorium, Jennice Vilhauer, the director of Emory Clinic’s Outpatient Psychotherapy Program, walked out onto a small, red, circular carpet in the center of the ...

 

Emory University is one of 55 U.S. colleges undergoing an open federal review regarding its handling of sexual violence claims on campus. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) released a list today in a press release of higher ...

The Digital Studies and New Media (DS & NM) report, which was released Wednesday, outlined Emory’s challenges and strengths within this topic and made 16 recommendations, including five specific hires that should be made. But Committee Chair and Sociology Professor ...

Four of the five faculty committees that College Dean Robin Forman created in light of the September 2012 department changes have released their reports. Forman tasked the five faculty committees to develop a multi-year plan focusing on: the study of ...

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 ...

For someone who spends most of his days in front of a microphone, whose voice on the radio is the soundtrack to five million people’s afternoon and whose line — “But first, lets do the numbers” — resonates with much ...