Hayley Silverstein

[email protected] | Hayley Silverstein (18C) is from Atlanta, majoring in French and on the pre-med track. She joined the Wheel the fall of her freshman year as assistant student life editor and served most recently as senior editor. Hayley is involved in clinical research for Emory School of Medicine’s Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics and is a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon.

Bangtan Sonyeondan Breaks U.S. Musical Language Tradition

On Oct. 10, Korean boy group Bangtan Sonyeondan (BTS) released their second full-length album Wings, which debuted at No. 1 on iTunes’ Top Albums chart for all categories in the United States and 14 other countries, and currently sits above Beyonce’s Lemonade (No. 30) and Frank Ocean’s Blonde (No. 33), at No. 26 on the [...]

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The Wheel’s Declassified Freshman Survival Guide

While it may be cliché, hindsight is 20/20 — especially when it comes to your first year of college. Everything is new, exciting and a little bit scary for many reasons, but mainly because you have a lot of freedom. What’s overlooked, though, is that with freedom also comes responsibility in terms of your grades, [...]

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The Cold Weather Manifesto

Atlanta in wintertime. | Courtesy of camerazn, Flickr Creative Commons By now everyone has experienced the bipolar weather of Atlanta in winter. The Katy Perry song “Hot and Cold” was really referring to the temperature here. While it was relatively nice and warm for parts of the earlier winter days, and students could be seen [...]

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Recipes for Those Who Don’t Have a Kitchen

It can be hard trying to cook food at college when you don’t have a kitchen, especially your freshmen year. However, there are many food options and recipes that can make you feel like a chef without any proper cooking equipment. Here are some recipes that you can make in your dorm room with a [...]

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Recruitment Process Complex, Fruitful

Photo by Erin Baker, Staff I knew I wanted to join a sorority when I came to Emory, but I didn’t know anything about what I would end up going through to receive a bid. I went into the process of recruitment as open minded as possible about Greek life, trying to ignore the stereotypes. [...]

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