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 Hall Association and theater at Emory. She also enjoys national parks, eating ramen and telling people she's from California.

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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Class Day Speaker Ronny Chieng Advises Class of 2020 to Seek Opportunities, Welcome Uncertainty

Ronny Chieng speaks to graduating seniors on May 7 Stand-up comedian and “The Daily Show” senior correspondent Ronny Chieng offered parting advice for the Class of 2020 in a virtual, pre-recorded Class Day address, sharing anecdotes from his own graduation that occurred during an economic recession.  Class Day, which occurred on May 7, is usually [...]

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Town Hall Reveals In-Person Fall Term Still Uncertain

Outgoing President Claire Sterk addresses an audience of more than 2,700 about the state of Emory and its future. At an April 24 online town hall, outgoing University President Claire E. Sterk and Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Jan Love did not provide definitive answers to the myriad questions surrounding the [...]

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Emory Title IX Office Continuing Operations Remotely

The University’s transition to online learning has left lingering questions for some of Emory’s key resources, chief among them is the Office of Title IX. The transition has forced the office to operate remotely and prepare for full-scale remote hearings, according to Title IX Coordinator Yolanda Buckner. All current cases will remain open and continue [...]

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6 Incidents of Zoombombing Reported at Emory

Emory faculty, staff and students have reported six “Zoombombing” incidents since the transition to remote learning on March 23, according to Enterprise Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice Provost for Library Services and Digital Scholarship Rich Mendola.  Zoombombings are “instances of uninvited guests crashing online Zoom meetings, classrooms and webinars in order to shout slurs [...]

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