Angela Tang

Angela Tang (22C) is from West Lafayette, Indiana, majoring in economics and mathematics. Outside of the Wheel, she works at the Polaris Spine & Neurosurgery Center, volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank and serves as Emory Miracle’s finance director. She enjoys watching gymnastics, collecting stationery and drinking Blue Donkey’s summer almond blend.

Black Student Entrepreneurs Conquer Fashion, Fitness

While juggling classes and extracurriculars, some Emory students are also tackling entrepreneurship. Boutique owner Trinity Peacock (25C), fitness trainer Damon Ross Jr. (22C) and custom clothing designer Lyric Vinson (23B) have all launched Black-owned small businesses. While browsing Instagram in the beginning of quarantine, Vinson discovered social media users reselling thrifted and used clothing. She [...]

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‘Gaining Freedom Again’: Vaccinated Students Rejoice

“I feel safer going to work knowing I’m protected and in a sense, protecting my patients as well,” Mechelle Punjwani (21B) said. “I thought it was important to take the first opportunity I got to achieve herd immunity at a faster rate for the community.” Punjwani, a data analyst at Peachtree Orthopedics, was among the [...]

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From the Wheel to CBS: Hudak Covers the Campaign Trail

In the Wheel’s 101-year history, more than 100 editor-in-chiefs have led the paper. After tenures marked by inordinate hours of editing and debating journalism ethics, these editors have chosen a variety of post-graduation paths, from television producers to business executives. Former Editor-in-Chief Zachary Hudak (17C) extended his student journalism work into a professional career, covering [...]

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Students Transform Quarantine Spaces Into Homes

Given students’ need to self-isolate in their dorms or off-campus apartment this semester, many have taken extra care to incorporate comfort and familiarity into their living spaces. Whether on the Atlanta campus, Oxford campus or in off-campus housing, these students have decorated their rooms to remind them of home. Photos and Familiarity Uncertain of her [...]

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Sophomores Connect ‘Humans of Emory’ Through Stories, Virtual Events

Though social media has been criticized for its superficiality, one group of Emory students has used Instagram to create a close-knit community for a student body scattered across the globe. On July 5, Hannah Jian (23C) and Kristina Trifonova (23C) launched The Humans of Emory, a platform that aims to “connect, uplift and humanize” the [...]

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