Julia Munslow

[email protected] | Julia Munslow (18C) is from Coventry, R.I., majoring in English and creative writing. She joined the Wheel’s Board of Editors her freshman year as assistant arts & entertainment editor and served most recently as executive editor. This past summer, she covered national politics for Yahoo News. Her photos of the 2016 Trump chalkings protest won an SPJ Mark of Excellence for Breaking News Photography and were syndicated by national media organizations including The New York Times and Newsweek. In addition to the Wheel, she is an Interdisciplinary Exploration and Scholarship (IDEAS) Fellow, a member of Mortar Board and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa.

No Strings Attached Notes 20 Years of Musical Magic

No Strings Attached (NSA) President Jason Charles (center) leads the group in an a cappella rendition of Earth,Wind & Fire's "September." NSA celebrated their 20th birthday with a special alumni concert on Saturday at theSchwartz Center's Emerson Concert Hall. | Photo by Julia Munslow/Staff By Julia Munslow Staff Writer Though the self-proclaimed "Gents" of Emory [...]

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Black Dog Barks Up Right Tree

Last Friday at Black Dog, a poetry reading hosted by Emory student literary collective The Pulse, College senior Eugene Ahn (center)addressed the difficulties of growing up a minority through his poetry. | Photo by Julia Munslow/Staff By Julia Munslow Antiquated, monotonous and boring: the often misleading reputation of poetry and everything that Black Dog proved [...]

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‘Pinter Revue’ Piques Thought, Provokes Laughter

Emory Artist Affiliate David de Vries (left) and Atlanta-based actress Megan McFarland (right) perform in "Night," one of several sketches included in Theater Emory's "Pinter Revue." The performance will run through Oct. 11 in the Schwartz Center's Theater Lab. / Photo by Ann Borden "Should I be laughing right now?" Audience members of "Pinter Revue" [...]

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First Friday Starts the Year on a High Note

College senior Julia Ingram and College junior Gabrielle Bloch lead ChaiTunes in performing a mash-up of "Landslide" and "If I Die Young" at the year's inaugural First Friday. / Photo By Julia Munslow, Staff Writer   Students rushing off to Music Midtown this weekend stumbled upon a musical performance on Emory's campus highlighting some of [...]

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