Anjali Huynh

‘I’m Exhausted’: Emory Community Addresses Anti-Asian Hate

When Julianna Chen (23C) first saw that six East Asian women had been killed by a white man across three Atlanta-area spas on March 16, she felt “numb.” Like many around the country, Chen had seen a spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans reach national media over the past several weeks, as images of [...]

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Despite Attempts to Reform, Sorority Members Decry Systemic Failures

The racial reckoning sparked by George Floyd’s killing in May 2020 was the tipping point for dozens of Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) members to drop. Citing discrimination against minority communities, economic barriers and internal resistance to change, former sorority members told the Wheel that last summer’s revelations follow years of “cognitive dissonance” about being part [...]

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Biden Flips Georgia for First Time in 28 Years

For the first time since 1992, a Democratic presidential candidate has won the state of Georgia. CNN and NBC reported on Friday that Georgia’s 16 electoral votes would go to former Vice President Joe Biden, bringing Biden’s projected win to 306 electoral votes.  Biden’s victory solidifies the state’s transition from a Republican stronghold to a [...]

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Biden Elected President, Georgia Runoffs to Determine Senate Majority

Former Vice President Joe Biden is poised to become the 46th president of the U.S. after winning the state of Pennsylvania, according to projections from the Associated Press and other news outlets on Saturday. The announcement comes four days after Election Day, a delay largely attributed to high volumes of mail-in ballots as a result [...]

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