Gabriella Lewis

Multimedia Editor | Gabriella Lewis (23C) is from San Francisco, California, majoring in political science and women, gender and sexuality studies. She hosts the podcast Wheel Talk. Outside the Wheel, she is involved with residence life and voting rights at Emory. She also enjoys national parks, eating ramen and telling people she's from California.

Cat Burglars of Emory: Where Are the Campus Cats Going?

For those who have stepped foot on campus the past few years, they undoubtedly have been welcomed by an unexpected furry group of the Emory community: cats. Within the last year, however, students have noticed these cats become more lively. Approximately 20 in total, these friendly felines spend most of their time around the exit [...]

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Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers’ ‘Iris’ Cover Is the Closest To Heaven You’ll Ever Be

At 2:51 p.m. on Election Day, indie rock alternative singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers tweeted, “if trump loses I will cover iris by the goo goo dolls.” Considering I basically only listen to Bridgers’ “Motion Sickness,” and the original 1998 “Iris” by the Goo Goo Dolls is one of my all-time favorite songs, I was understandably ecstatic. [...]

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From the Wheel to CBS: Hudak Covers the Campaign Trail

In the Wheel’s 101-year history, more than 100 editor-in-chiefs have led the paper. After tenures marked by inordinate hours of editing and debating journalism ethics, these editors have chosen a variety of post-graduation paths, from television producers to business executives. Former Editor-in-Chief Zachary Hudak (17C) extended his student journalism work into a professional career, covering [...]

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Zeta Leaves Three Georgians Dead, Thousands Without Power

Hurricane Zeta's winds and rains hit Georgia Wednesday night, after making landfall in Louisiana in the afternoon. The Category 2 hurricane continued at a rapid pace northeast near 39 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. The Emory community experienced power outages, downed trees and canceled classes. The University notified all students on Wednesday night [...]

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Scholar Strike Emphasizes ‘Emory Has a Long Way to Go’ Regarding Racial Justice

Emory students and faculty members participated in a two-day Scholar Strike for Racial Justice on Sept. 8-9, in which some participating professors canceled classes, others shifted their lesson plans to include discussions of racial justice and the Faculty-in-Residence Program held a Racial Justice Hour.  Although the strike only lasted two days, University faculty felt its [...]

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