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]

Veteran Alumni Talk Leading Through Crisis and Value of Service

Five Emory veteran alumni spoke with Goizueta Associate Professor of Finance Jeffrey Rosenweig about how their Emory education helped them weather the pandemic to an audience of around fifty viewers on Nov. 11. “Emory has long supported the health care needs of service veterans, changing lives through initiatives such as Emory’s Healthcare Veterans Program, Wounded [...]

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Emory Political Science Professors Break Down the 2020 Election Cycle

Abramowitz, Fraga Explain Results, Importance of Georgia in Coming Months Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science Alan Abramowitz and Associate Professor of Political Science Bernard Fraga debriefed the 2020 election on Nov. 5, specifically focusing on polling and trends in the American electorate. Carla Freeman, the executive associate dean of Emory College of Arts [...]

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Theater Emory Struggles to Replicate Live Theater, Remains Hopeful

The students and faculty of Theater Emory, the University’s professional theater company, have particularly struggled to recreate the collaborative environment quintessential to live theater in a virtual environment. Both actors and directors were disheartened by yet understanding of the University’s restrictions. “We’re super disappointed, but in the back of our minds, we know that it’s [...]

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Young Dems’ Panel Debunks Misconceptions Surrounding Police Abolition, Criminal Justice Reform

The Young Democrats of Emory hosted a panel on Sept. 15 to delve into the deep-rooted history of policing in America and its connection to the Black Lives Matter movement and the pandemic. The panel, which included Associate Professor of Sociology Alyasah Sewell, Candler School of Theology Associate Professor of Christian Ethics Elizabeth Bounds and [...]

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Online Semester Leaves Emory Music Dept., Students Disconcerted

Without live concerts and in-person rehearsals, Emory’s Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir and Symphony Orchestra have struggled to replicate the traditional musical experience and camaraderie found during in-person instruction. “Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that singing is a dangerous thing to do,” said Director of Emory Concert Choir Eric Nelson. “It’s been some [...]

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