Anjali Huynh

Anjali Huynh (22C) is from Iowa City, Iowa, majoring in political science and minoring in quantitative sciences. She is currently a local news intern for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and previously interned for CNN, CNN Newsource DC and Little Village Magazine. Aside from journalism, she enjoys photography (Instagram: @ahuynhphotography) and has an unhealthy addiction to boba.

Emory to rename Longstreet-Means Hall, build memorials honoring enslaved laborers

Emory University will rename Longstreet-Means Residence Hall to Eagle Hall and build memorials honoring “enslaved individuals,” University President Gregory L. Fenves announced in a Monday email. The decision followed calls from students over the years to acknowledge the namesakes’ racist histories. In October, Fenves reappointed a University Committee on Naming Honors to review “contested historic [...]

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Professors Say Georgia Voting Law Targets Democratic Voters

Just months after Georgia experienced its highest voter turnout in history during the 2020 presidential election, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed the “Election Integrity Act of 2021” (SB 202) into law on March 25. Though the law expands voting times in some respects, this legislation includes restrictions on absentee voting, voter ID requirement expansions, ballot [...]

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SGA Election Results to be Delayed Amid Accusations of Code Violations

This story has been updated to include comments from SGA President Lori Steffel (21B) and BBA Council President Emily Ferguson (21B). The announcement and certification of the Student Government Association (SGA) presidential and vice presidential runoff election results will be delayed, the Elections Board confirmed to the Wheel on Thursday. Election runoff results were originally [...]

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‘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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Letter to Our Readers

To the Emory community, In recent days, the Wheel has received criticism regarding its coverage of the death of Oxford freshman Yide “Dave” Zhang. The death of a fellow student is undoubtedly tragic, and a particularly difficult task for student journalists as peers of that individual. As a news organization, it is important that we [...]

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