Claire Fenton

Claire Fenton (she/her) (24C) is a Pittsburgh native majoring in quantitative sciences on the Informatics track. She is also involved with Volunteer Emory and is a member of the women's club basketball team. You can find her reading Agatha Christie novels and training for a half marathon in her free time.

Club fencing aims for NCAA status with Olympic-level coach at the helm

Emory fencers in the ready position. (Courtesy of Emory Fencing) It’s not often that Emory University student-athletes have the opportunity to learn from a coach with five national championships, four U.S. national team appearances and one stint as an Olympic alternate under his belt. Terrence Lasker, who was hired by the University in fall 2021, [...]

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Sexual battery at SPC Homecoming Concert reported to Emory Police

The Emory Police Department (EPD) received an anonymous complaint of sexual battery on Oct. 22 which detailed an incident that occurred at the Student Programming Council’s (SPC) Homecoming concert at McDonough Field on Oct. 16. The EPD incident report stated that an anonymous first-year female student told the University’s Campus Security Authority that “she was [...]

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SGA swears in executive vice president, hosts panel with University president and dean

The 55th legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) unanimously confirmed Aditi Vellore (21Ox, 23C) as executive vice president and hosted an Q&A session with University President Gregory Fenves and Dean of Campus Life Enku Gelaye at their Oct. 18 general body meeting. Vellore, who previously served as Vice President of Elections and Charters at [...]

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20 years later: Professors, students reflect on legacy of 9/11

“The prevailing memory I have is how quiet the skies were.” For Professor of Pedagogy Peter Wakefield, the relative calm up above in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001 stood in stark contrast to the distress and horror worsening daily on the ground below. Questions raced through Wakefield’s mind as the event morphed from an [...]

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