Grace Lee

Grace Lee (22Ox) is from Naperville, Illinois, majoring in economics and international relations on the pre-law track. Outside of the Wheel, Lee is involved on the debate team and the Korean Undergraduate Student Association. In her free time, she enjoys online shopping, experimenting with ramen and telling people she's from Chicago. Contact Lee at [email protected]

Emory EMS to return under new leadership

Emory Emergency Medical Service (EEMS) will return in full swing for the upcoming academic year, after former Emory Police Department (EPD) Chief Rus Drew announced in April that the program would not resume in the fall. The program previously operated under EPD but will now be quartered under the Office of Critical Event Preparedness and [...]

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Emory Leads SlaveVoyages Consortium With Harvard, National Museum of African American History and Culture

Emory University’s SlaveVoyages database has expanded into a nationwide organization, partnering with five other leading institutions in African American history to maintain and develop the existing database. The consortium includes the Hutchins Center at Harvard University (Mass.), the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Omohundro Institute at the College of William and [...]

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‘Lonely and Dark’: Oxford Students Criticize Isolation Protocols

Emory’s Oxford campus isolation and quarantine system is facing a new stress test, with the 17 COVID-19 positive cases recorded since Dec. 30, 2020, already outpacing the six total recorded last fall. Oxford students described a porous isolation system that allows positive students to leave their isolation areas and outside students to come in. Those [...]

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Maggie Anderson Encourages Citizens to Take Action Through Buying Power

Emory alum, author, attorney and activist Maggie Anderson (93C) closed out the University’s 2021 King Week celebration on Jan. 28 with a keynote address on the benefits of buying Black and the power of Black economic unity. Anderson studied constitutional law under former U.S. President Barack Obama at the University of Chicago (Ill.) and served [...]

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Emory to Receive $5 Million in Federal COVID-19 Aid

The University will receive about $5 million through the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) passed in late December, according to Vice President of Government and Community Affairs Cameron Taylor. This round of COVID-19 relief requires $4 million of this funding to be distributed to students with significant financial need. The office has yet [...]

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