Madison Bober

Editor-in-Chief | Madison Bober (20C) is from Hollywood, Florida, majoring in political science and minoring in women’s, gender and sexuality studies. Bober previously served as managing editor. This past summer, she interned with NBC Nightly News. Contact Bober at [email protected]

Letter From the Editor: Addressing the Wheel’s Complicity

I would be remiss not to address what’s been transpiring across the United States and the Wheel’s role within this larger movement. Throughout the past week, I wanted to take time to center Black voices in this movement before I commented as a white woman, but in truth, this letter is beyond late. The country [...]

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A Guide to Commencement 2020

Commencement./Courtesy of Emory Photo On May 11, Emory will award a total of 5,024 academic degrees — including 76 joint degrees — to students in a virtual format, according to preliminary data from the University’s Office of the Registrar. The Wheel compiled a guide for students, family members and friends unsure of what a virtual [...]

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Office of Financial Aid Clarifies Inaccurate Email

In an April 17 email, Emory’s Office of Financial Aid mistakenly told some undergraduate students that they had received the $1,000 Student Support Stipend but these students were later told that the contents of the original email was a mistake. The original email’s subject line, which reads “2019-20 COVID-19 Dooley Dollar Payout,” was unrelated to [...]

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Former Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Top Choice Among Emory Students

Courtesy of photogism A majority of the Emory community supported former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) to become the next U.S. president, a University-wide survey disseminated by the Wheel found. Approximately a third of respondents supported former Vice President Joe Biden. The Wheel worked with Emory Data Science Club members Yichang Yang (22C) and Simran [...]

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Sterk: 2020 Commencement Activities Canceled

Graduates and supporters line the Emory Quadrangle at Commencement. This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Emory has canceled all Spring 2020 Commencement activities, according to an email from University President Claire Sterk to graduating seniors. The decision was “difficult, but absolutely necessary,” Sterk wrote. Emory is still planning to “commemorate” the Class [...]

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