Anwesha Guha

[email protected] | Anwesha Guha (18C) is from Montgomery, Ala., majoring in English and quantitative science with a concentration in biology. She served most recently as news editor. In addition to the Wheel, she researches and tutors.

Employee Council Town Hall Creates Dialogue Between Faculty, Staff and Administrators

Tuesday, April 12, faculty, staff and administrators gathered in Winship Ballroom for the Employee Council Town Hall, an annual discussion in which employees discuss concerns and ask members of the administration questions. This year’s panelists included University President James Wagner; Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Claire Sterk; Executive Vice President for Business [...]

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Administrators Address Campus Life Center, Strategic Plan, CAPS Updates

The 61st College Council (CC) welcomed students to discuss and question University-wide changes in their end-of-the-year town hall, CC’s first town hall since the establishment of their new legislative body in early April. Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences Robin Forman, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education Joanne Brzinski, Assistant Vice President and [...]

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Caroline Schmidt Awarded Beinecke Scholarship

“It was surreal. I was at work when I got the email, and I read the first line [congratulating me] and … started crying,” College junior and English and Creative Writing major Caroline Schmidt said. Schmidt is one of 20 students nationwide who received the Beinecke Scholarship, a $34,000 graduate school grant for undergraduate juniors [...]

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Jericho Brown Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Emory University Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Jericho Brown was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work in poetry, according to an April 6 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation press release. Brown had submitted his two books of poetry, Please (2008) and The New Testament (2014), to the Committee of Selection of the [...]

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Dooleywood Takes the Stage

With more events in one week than ever before, Dooley’s Week 2016 is the Student Programming Council’s (SPC) attempt to encompass the Founder’s Day theme of inclusivity on campus. This year Dooley’s Week, entitled Dooleywood, is a play on Hollywood and America’s motion picture industry, according to Goizueta Business School junior and SPC Dooley’s Week [...]

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