Rupsha Basu

This is meant to be both a personal fashion manifesto as well as a public call-out of my good friend Christopher Rhett Henry. If you think back to Wheel articles of yore, you may remember a fashion trend penned by ...

For many Emory students, the question of whether or not to go to college was never even a consideration; going was a given. For many people around the world, and specifically girls, access to education is limited for a variety ...

Not to be confused with the breeding season of the European hare, “March Madness” is an apt name for the nationwide obsession with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division I championships. Mostly because it A) occurs in March, ...

Emory students will participate in a referendum to vote on two amendments to the Student Government Association (SGA) Constitution during the election period, which takes place starting tonight at 8 p.m. and continues until Monday, March 2 at 8 p.m. ...

Emory School of Law has appointed Rita Sheffey to the newly created position of assistant dean of public service. The new position was designed to expand on the existing opportunities and provide a broader array of pro bono, or free ...

The Emory women’s basketball team competed and lost in a University Athletic Association (UAA) game on Saturday against the University of Rochester (N.Y.), with a score of 66-42. The team now has a record of 8-4, previously having sustained a ...

By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor and Rupsha Basu News Editor Emory students overwhelmingly rejected a referendum that proposed raising the Student Activities Fee (SAF) from $89 to $110 per semester after two days of online voting. More than 4,000 students ...

By Rupsha Basu News Editor The Student Activities Fee (SAF) may increase as a result of a referendum from Thursday at 8 a.m. through Friday at 8 p.m., where the Emory student body will vote on whether to increase the ...

By Rupsha Basu News Editor A new project will repurpose sewage water to fuel air conditioning and heating at Emory by spring 2015. The project, called the Water Reclamation Facility (WRF), is currently under construction on Peavine Creek Road near ...