Gabriella Lewis

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

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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Law Students Decry Tuition Increase, Systemic Lack of Transparency

Emory University School of Law students are pushing for improved academic communication from the administration after the school raised tuition by 3%, or approximately $1,700, for the 2020-2021 academic year.  Law students cited the undergraduate tuition freeze as one source of their grievances. The July 17 announcement of online classes came after most law students [...]

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#BlackintheIvory Exposes Racism on Campus

As Americans across the country continue to hold demonstrations for racial justice in the wake of police killings against Black people, other related movements have been born from the keyboard: racial reckonings within classrooms. Acts of protests have taken many forms, but on Emory’s campus Black students and faculty alike shared stories of racial discrimination [...]

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Task Force to Implement New Title IX Regulations

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. / Courtesy of U.S. Department of Education The University has created a task force to implement the revised Title IX regulations that were announced on May 6 by the U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, changes which include a narrower version of sexual harassment and mandatory cross-examination of parties. The [...]

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