Katie Bartlett

Oxford Campus Desk | Katie Bartlett (she/her, 23Ox) is from New Jersey, majoring in history. Outside of the Wheel, she is a project coordinator for Volunteer Oxford, a high school tutor and an avid hiker and animal lover. In her free time, Bartlett can be found on the Oxford nature trail or playing with the campus cats.

Exploring the past, present and future of Dooley’s Tavern

A sign posted on the front door warns visitors: “DON’T ENTER.”  A decrepit building tucked behind Haygood Hall, Dooley’s Tavern appears to be forgotten by Emory University’s Oxford community. The white paint has been chipped away by time, exposing the building’s wood scaffolding. Most windows are boarded up, and entrances are locked.   A glance inside [...]

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Wheel staff members win six awards, ranked twice as finalists by Society of Professional Journalists

The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) awarded the Wheel with six region three Mark of Excellence Awards in the “large” university category, which includes all schools with 10,000+ students, on April 28.  The Wheel won the Corbin Gwaltney Award for Best All-Around Student newspaper.  "Winning the Region 3 best all around student newspaper award for [...]

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‘My worst fears coming true’: Emory community reflects on Russian invasion

Seven weeks after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian forces to invade Ukraine on Feb. 24, Russian bombs, missiles and soldiers continue to attack the country. As the conflict escalates, Emory University students and faculty follow the war closely. However, many Emory community members have connections to Ukraine and Russia, leaving them concerned for their [...]

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Emory Students for Students demands $15 minimum wage

Emory Students for Students, an advocacy organization which aims to make Emory more equitable, issued an open letter on March 14 demanding for administration to “take concrete steps to enact an increase to a $15 an hour minimum wage for student workers on Atlanta and Oxford campuses.” Currently, the letter is accompanied by a petition, [...]

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Emory community mourns death of Philosophy Professor Michael Sullivan

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Pre-Law Adviser Michael Sullivan, who joined the Emory faculty in 2000, died on Jan. 31 following a brief non-COVID-19 illness.  The late professor is remembered by his colleagues and students alike for his kindness and commitment to learning.  “The academic world has no shortage of folks with large egos,” said [...]

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