Niraj Naik

As someone who eagerly anticipated the opening of the DUC-ling, I was curious to see what Bon Appetit had decided to change and what it had decided to keep. While I hoped they would finally take “Lemon Herb Tilapia” off ...

The Wheel sat down with Editor-in-Chief and College senior Zak Hudak at the end of his term to discover his deepest, darkest secrets. A philosophy major, Hudak joined the Wheel staff as assistant sports editor his freshman year, and most ...

Following last week’s announcement that former U.S. Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey will deliver the keynote speech at this year’s commencement ceremony, the majority of undergraduate and graduate students The Emory Wheel interviewed expressed indifference toward Emory’s ...

Residents at Woodruff Residential Center are used to seeing College senior Rudy Oku around their hall, where he works as a Resident Advisor. However, not many of them know about his commitment to the passion he considers central to his ...

College freshman Devin Gu is one of Emory University’s newest Goizueta Scholars. Gu intended to follow his family’s footsteps and become a doctor until his junior year of high school, when an investment banker mentored him about the world of ...

At some point during your freshman year, you decided to make the trip to the Woodruff Residential Center to grab some late-night food from Woodruff Cafe. You most likely interacted with Robert Shaw. Shaw has worked at the cafe for ...

From Nov. 18 to 20, TEDxEmory hosted a series of events with themes ranging from climate change to mental health as part of their TEDxYouth series. The talks showcased relevant, contentious and relatable topics for college students. As events were ...

John Tyson is the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. He received his Ph.D. in modern and contemporary art history from Emory University in 2015. Tyson spoke with the Wheel about ...

Every time a student at Emory University enters a public bathroom, they enter battle mode. From the unknown liquids splattered on the toilet seat to the pungent smell that hangs in the air, it takes a certain kind of tenacity ...