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.

Rollins School of Public Health Hosts France-Atlanta Humanitarian Forum on International Emergencies

France-Atlanta, a series of events sponsored by the Consulate General of France in Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology, hosted a humanitarian forum discussing logistics and supply chain management in international emergencies on Friday, Nov. 9 at the Rollins School of Public Health. The series focuses on innovation and French-American cooperation in science, business, [...]

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Emory Hosts 20th Annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference

Students gather on McDonough field for the Latino Youth Leadership Conference's closing ceremony on Nov. 2/Isaiah Poritz, News Editor Local Latino teachers, parents and middle school, high school and college students gathered at the Emory Student Center for the 20th annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference on Nov. 2. The event was hosted at Emory and [...]

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Emory SJP Speaker Condemns Racism in Israel

Priyam Mazumdar, Staff Independent Jewish journalist David Sheen discussed racism in Israel at Emory's Harland Cinema on Monday to an audience of Emory students and faculty, Atlanta community members, and students from other universities. The event was hosted by Emory Students for Justice in Palestine and the Atlanta chapter of Jewish Voices for Peace.  Sheen [...]

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‘Addams Family’ Values Continue to Be Upheld

Courtesy of Metro Goldwyn Meyer Opening with a scene ripped straight from “Shrek,” “The Addams Family” loudly begins with a wedding interrupted by a mob of angry townspeople, pitchforks and all. The opening scene is a good indicator for the entire film: entertaining, pleasantly sticks to the Addams franchise, but far from original.  Remaking a [...]

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The Emory Student Bill of Rights, Explained

College Council (CC) and BBA Council have adopted the Emory Student Bill of Rights, a resolution authored by CC Chief of Staff Alex Chanen (21B). The resolution was presented to the Emory Student Nurses Association (ESNA) on Sept. 27 and is under review for adoption. The Emory Student Bill of Rights focuses on issues such [...]

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