Emory Wheel

The Emory Wheel was founded in 1919 and is currently the only independent, student-run newspaper of Emory University. The Wheel publishes weekly on Wednesdays during the academic year, except during University holidays and scheduled publication intermissions. The Wheel is financially and editorially independent from the University. All of its content is generated by the Wheel’s more than 100 student staff members and contributing writers, and its printing costs are covered by profits from self-generated advertising sales.

Swoop’s Sport Report | April 18, 2018

Men's Tennis Ends Home Season on Victorious Note Emory men’s tennis closed out their regular home season with two 8-1 victories over Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.) and Washington and Lee University (Va.) on April 15 and 16, respectively. After two weeks of resting from competition, the Eagles triumphed over Sewanee with an [...]

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Graduation Magazine Senior Messages

Send a memorable message to a graduating senior in our 2018 Graduation Magazine! Pricing: Send a message for $10 (500 characters max). If you wish to write a longer message, you must purchase an additional 500 characters. Deadline to submit messages: Saturday (4/28/18 at 11:59 p.m.) The Wheel has the right to refuse vulgar or [...]

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Swoop’s Sport Report | Feb. 14, 2018

Tennis Falls to Local Rivals The No. 2 Emory women’s tennis team lost their first two matches of the season this past weekend. The Eagles suffered a 6-3 loss at home to Georgia State University Feb. 10 and a 6-1 loss to Coastal Carolina University (S.C.) Feb. 11. Senior Bridget Harding and freshman Ysabel Gonzalez-Rico [...]

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The Stories That Shaped 2017

What's a "sanctuary campus"? What happened to Emory's student government? Why isn't Migos performing at Dooley's Week?Are we part of Atlanta yet? 2017 was a year of uncertainty. At Emory and nationwide, people grappled with the Trump administration’s unorthodox and divisive politics, the future of undocumented immigrants and the destruction of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and [...]

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