Caroline Silva

Copy Editor | [email protected] | Caroline Silva (22C) is from São Paulo, Brazil, but currently resides in Atlanta. She is double majoring in English and philosophy while also pursuing her English MA. In addition to the Wheel, she is president of her sorority, The Alpha Nu Chapter of Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, and of the Emory Multicultural Greek Council. She was previously a reporter for the Orlando Weekly and now reports for the Breaking News and Crime and Public Safety teams at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In her free time, she can be found writing poetry and playing video games.

Emory Doctors Join Forces to Create COVID-19 Guidelines

It all started with a group text between some Emory Healthcare professionals. Emory School of Medicine assistant professors and doctors Mark Caridi-Scheible and Sara Auld experienced firsthand that, in working at the intensive care units (ICU) at their respective hospitals, there were no established procedures on how to treat patients with COVID-19. The pandemic has [...]

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Seniors, Stripped of Final Semester, Reflect on Past Four Years

Email after email, Emory University seniors had their last semester stripped from them. As the fear of the inability to finish research, walk at graduation, give a final goodbye hug to friends looms like a cloud among them all. On track to graduate in nearly two months, the Class of 2020 is scrambling to adapt [...]

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Fraternities Reprimanded For Hosting Parties Amid COVID-19 Scare

In a March 18 email to Emory fraternity and sorority members, Emory’s Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) reprimanded members for disregarding social distancing guidelines on campus and warned of possible consequences. The email marks the second notice in two days sent to sorority and fraternity students. A March 16 email, which came after [...]

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Amid Panic, Students Promote Unity and Resilience

In an attempt to provide support to those impacted by the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) and counter misinformation, 22 students took to the steps of the Administration Building on the windy morning of Feb. 28 to sing “Sing for Wuhan, Fight Coronavirus.” Jishen “Johnson” Wang (20C) organized the rehearsal and filming of the choral event, [...]

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Hovers to Release Second EP

Although Chris “Hovers” Chandler (20C) has only been rapping and producing music since his first year at Emory, the self-made musician and producer will release his second EP on Feb. 14 and intends to create a name for himself in the music scene. A film studies major from Washington D.C., Hovers has taken full advantage [...]

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