Caelan Bailey

Caelan Bailey (22Ox, 24C) is from Charleston, South Carolina.

Open Expression, Open Hostility: Conservative Students Maneuver Changing Campus Politics

This article is the first part in a series of stories about conservatism on Emory’s campus. Follow emorywheel.com and our upcoming print issues for future segments. As competitive presidential and Senate elections in Georgia ushered in a record degree of political engagement among students, Emory conservatives are navigating a highly charged campus. Today, students and [...]

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Grady Dean’s Office COVID-19 Town Hall Shares Hope, Cautions Vigilance

Executive Associate Dean of Emory University School of Medicine at Grady Health System Carlos del Rio provided an in-depth COVID-19 update on Jan. 22 covering the current Georgia COVID-19 spike, vaccine distribution and the politics of public health during the first publicly streamed Emory at Grady Dean’s Office Virtual Town Hall. The event featured three [...]

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King Week Advocacy Webinar Talks State Lobbying

An advocacy webinar focusing on lobbying state legislatures closed out Emory’s first day of online King Week programming, with panelists discussing how to leverage expertise in state-level policy change. The Emory Alumni Association and the Office of Government and Community Affairs partnered to host the event, with Assistant Vice President of State Affairs Kallarin Mackey [...]

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Emory Community Largely Denounces Pro-Trump Insurrection

As many in the Emory community began celebrating their part in flipping control of the U.S. Senate for Democrats, insurrectionist supporters of the president broke into the U.S. Capitol building, preventing members of Congress from certifying the Electoral College vote for President-elect Joe Biden. Some Congress members, staff and journalists evacuated and some hid for [...]

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Student Political Organizations Register Hundreds, Fundraise for Georgia Runoffs

As national attention has turned toward Georgia’s Jan. 5 runoff election for two U.S. Senate seats, Emory student political organizations have registered and educated hundreds of students and raised funds for an election that will determine the balance of the Senate.  While on-campus students could vote in person this past November, student political organizations now [...]

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