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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has been one of the worst in recent memory — it brings back troubling memories of my family’s experiences in 2004. Hurricane Ivan struck Alabama on Sept. 16 as a category 3 storm and cost ...

President Trump’s relationship with the news media has always been tumultuous, but not necessarily disadvantageous for our new Commander in Chief. Trump received billions of dollars in free advertising over the course of his campaign as media outlets across the ...

The Georgia First Amendment Foundation (FAF) hosted the 15th annual Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Banquet Oct. 13 honoring Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) for its role in advancing free speech in Georgia at Emory Conference Center’s Silverbell ...

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 ...

In January 2009, Pennsylvania hip-hop artist Asher Roth told the world how much he loved college. His hit song “I Love College” proved to be the highlight of his career just as it was beginning. Roth, 23 at the time, ...

Cultural appropriation and “whitewashing” in popular media are issues that have plagued minority communities within the U.S. for centuries. Whitewashing is a metaphor used to explain how the achievements and cultural milestones made by people of color have historically been ...

By Annie McGrew Staff Writer A new freshman seminar teaches students to be critical of the media and analyze the ways in which news coverage affects perceptions and stereotypes of ethnic minorities. The seminar, titled “American Studies 190: News Coverage ...

That I cannot go into the details of the symptoms of the recent flaring-up of my chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease, heretofore in remission, and its disruption to my life is exactly why I should not be watching “Red Band Society” ...

By Jungmin Lee Meet Professor Amy Aidman, interim chair and senior lecturer of the increasingly popular Film & Media Studies program. A lover of films, Emory students and children’s media, Aidman sat down with The Emory Wheel to share, among ...