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Karishma Mehrotra
Executive Editor
2015-2016 Executive Editor Karishma Mehrotra is a College senior and has been interested in journalism since her freshman year in high school. Her major is journalism and international studies with an unofficial minor in African studies. She became a writer for the news section of the Wheel when she began college and became news editor that year. She has interned at CNN, The Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, USA Today, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Palo Alto Weekly and KCBS Radio. She studied abroad in Ghana last semester, which inspired her to join the African dance group on campus, Zuri. She recently worked as a tutor at the Writing Center. She is also a Dean’s scholar.

In 1962, the Emory University School of Law won a Georgia Supreme Court case overturning segregation measures in private schools, allowing them to admit students of color without losing the ...

College sophomore Zachary Issenberg remembers the moments when his Intermediate Poetry Workshop professor sang Prince lyrics in class, and when he ran through the quad during a class break to get ...

“Every other day in America is Good Friday,” the St. Louis-native with a black suit jacket, clear-framed glasses and dreads said, clamping his hands on the edge of his podium at ...

Geshe Lhakdor — His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s former religious assistant and English translator — led a panel discussion that explored why Tibetan monastics are crucial in the 21st century ...

Lee Mun Wah, documentary filmmaker and executive director of a diversity training company, took the stage for Emory’s 15th annual State of Race event, kicking off College Council’s third annual ...

Emory University is one of 55 U.S. colleges undergoing an open federal review regarding its handling of sexual violence claims on campus. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) ...