Madi Olivier

News Editor | Madi Olivier (she/her, 25C) is from Highland Village, Texas, and is planning on majoring in psychology and minoring in rhetoric, writing and information design on the pre-law track. Outside of the Wheel, she can be found listening to Hozier and Rainbow Kitten Surprise, binge-watching Criminal Minds or trying to pet the Emory cats.

Undergraduate schools adopt unified Honor Code

A new Honor Code was implemented across three of Emory University’s undergraduate schools — Emory College of Arts and Sciences (ECAS), Oxford College and Goizueta Business School — at the start of the 2022-23 academic year.  The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing opted to retain its own honor code instead of adopting the new [...]

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Megan Rapinoe named Carter Town Hall keynote speaker

U.S. women’s national soccer team (USWNT) forward and outspoken social advocate Megan Rapinoe will be the keynote speaker at Emory University’s 41st annual Jimmy Carter Town Hall on Sept. 19. A USWNT veteran, Rapinoe is one of the most decorated athletes in women’s soccer history, boasting two World Cup wins and an Olympic gold medal. [...]

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Upcoming academic year characterized by wave of administrative transitions

Note: This article explores some key administrative changes affecting Emory University, but not all. Positions also undergoing transitions include, but are not limited to, CEO of Emory Healthcare, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and Senior Vice President and General Counsel.  Three out of four of Emory University’s undergraduate schools — Emory College of Arts [...]

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University addresses COVID-19, monkeypox for upcoming year

Emory University is transitioning from a crisis operations model to a new phase of COVID-19 response due to widely available testing and vaccines, according to an Emory Forward email from Chief Resilience Officer Amir St. Clair. The new COVID-19 operating model will take effect for the 2022-23 academic year.  St. Clair also urged students to [...]

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