Christina Yan

Executive Editor | [email protected] Christina Yan (21B) is from Monmouth Junction, N.J., majoring in business administration. She previously served as assistant news editor and news editor. She won a 2018 Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists in the General News Reporting category for her coverage of Emory Law Professor Paul J. Zwier II’s use of the N-word in class and also placed as a finalist in the same category for her investigation of the 2018 Student Government Association elections. Outside the Wheel, she is an academic fellow, QTM100 lab assistant and a member of Emory China Care's marketing team. In her spare time, she enjoys flexing on others with her ability to eat spicy food.

Interim Law Dean Focuses on Strategic Plan

Courtesy of Annalise Kaylor During his two-year term, Emory School of Law Interim Dean James B. Hughes Jr. said that he plans to advance the school’s five-year strategic plan, which includes improving transactional law programs and building upon the school’s success in diversity recruiting of students and faculty. Hughes also said that Emory Law is [...]

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Roundup | 9.13.17

Thousands of Flights Cancelled Due to Irma ATLANTA — Thousands of flights scheduled to leave the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport were cancelled as a result of tropical storm Irma, according to The Washington Post. Delta said Monday it had already canceled 900 flights, and Southwest Airlines cancelled all flights scheduled to leave Atlanta after 1 [...]

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Students Aid Harvey Relief Efforts

Category 4 Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Texas Aug. 25./Courtesy of Jimi Rebelling “I didn’t sleep that night,” said Jamie Guillen (19C), who couldn’t help but feel guilty and worried as she lay in her safe bed at Emory while friends and family back in Houston, Texas, fought to survive the devastating Category 4 Hurricane [...]

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