Lauren Blaustein

Lauren Blaustein (23C) is from Morristown, New Jersey, majoring in psychology and history with a law, economics and human rights concentration. Outside of the Wheel, she serves on Emory Synapse’s Peer Support Committee and is involved in Emory Hillel, Active Minds and The Women’s Network.

Alum Chris Van Dusen Reflects on Creating Hit Show ‘Bridgerton’

It was not so long ago that alum Chris Van Dusen (01C) sat in  award-winning Loren Ghiglione’s journalism class at Emory University. But 20 years later, he currently stands as a well-known name in the world of television after creating, show running and being the executive producer of the infamous Netflix series “Bridgerton.”  The television [...]

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Bober, Over and Out

After four fruitful years at the Emory Wheel, Madison Bober’s (20C) time as editor-in-chief (EIC) came to an end. Last semester, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa, majoring in political science and minoring in women’s, gender and sexuality studies.  Bober took over the position last March, only a week before the spread of COVID-19 forced Emory [...]

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Be Mine: Top Valentine’s Day Treats

As department stores fill aisles with shades of red and pink for the upcoming Valentine’s holiday, there are more than enough options to choose from if you’re thinking of buying a sweet for someone special in your life, or for yourself. To save you the money and calories of trying to find the ultimate sweet, [...]

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A Guide to COVID-Friendly Restaurants Around ATL

While the list below features only outdoor, socially-distanced dining, the risk of contracting COVID-19 remains. Going out to eat at any restaurant places yourself and others at risk.  If you’re back in Atlanta this spring, you’ll be glad to know there are plenty of delicious and safe alternatives to the dining hall. From Taiwanese desserts [...]

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