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To live up to its academic reputation, Emory must be a school where students not only perform well throughout the semester but also retain the skills and information they’ve learned for application in the real world. Unfortunately, as is true ...

Students everywhere are familiar with the collective groan that invariably accompanies the phrase “group project.” Those assignments are a stressful rite of passage for students that force group members to band together and attempt to allocate work equally – or ...

Despite the comforting fantasy of finally ditching your hometown for a community of unique students and quirky professors, the modern college experience boils down to one unromantic transaction — an exorbitant check and four years of your life for a ...

In light of the student government split, the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) now autonomously governs Emory graduate students, but it is doing so under a constitution that lacks crucial checks and balances. As it stands, the GSGA Constitution does ...

“If liberals are so f***ing smart, how come they lose so goddamn always?” —Will McAvoy, Newsroom In the wake of Tuesday’s shocking election results, I have seen countless reactions from Emory’s student body. Students have cheered, cried, posted long-winded Facebook ...

First of all, you have to understand that I don’t use any social media. That isn’t some political or aesthetic statement; it’s just a wise idea for me not to have access to the internet like that. But, what it ...

Dear readers of The Emory Wheel, My name is Brandon Wagner. For those of you who don’t know me, I’ve worked in the Arts and Entertainment section for some time, bringing you an inordinate amount of film reviews, TV talks ...

In the results for this year’s Student Government Association (SGA) elections, College junior and current SGA Vice President Raj Tilwa won the SGA President election with 64 percent of votes (2,157) and current College Council (CC) Vice President and College ...

Students discussed the sometimes distant relationship between Oxford College and Emory College in a community conversation hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA) last week. The conversation, titled “Bridging the Oxford-Emory Disconnect,” drew more than 30 students and faculty to ...