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Nicole Sadek
[email protected] | Nicole Sadek (20C) is from Charleston, S.C., majoring in English and creative writing and international studies. She joined the Wheel her freshman year as social media editor, and she later became copy chief. Sadek is a Robert W. Woodruff scholar and an IDEAS fellow. This past summer, she worked as a press intern in the public affairs section at the U.S. Embassy in Athens, Greece. You can find her drinking iced coffee and listening to The Head and the Heart.

The MARTA Board of Directors approved $350 million in funding to develop the Clifton Corridor, though $100 million of that amount depends on obtaining funding from other sources. The final ...

College Council (CC) recently appointed five new legislators to vacant positions, according to CC Vice President Hemal Prasad (19C). The positions were vacant because no one had run for them ...

DeKalb Medical Center will be integrated into the Emory Healthcare (EHC) system on Sept. 1, after the Georgia Attorney General’s Office approved the merger on Aug. 9, according to an ...

Deandre Miles (18C) was sentenced June 18 to probation and community service after pleading guilty to two misdemeanor charges for protesting at the 2017 Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade. Miles was ...

A cheerleading enthusiast, a bowler, a future law school student, a former security employee and a 76-year-old mail expert — these are the people who help students anxiously awaiting their ...

Before Emory students became accustomed to the tune of the Westminster chimes every 15 minutes, myriad melodies rang out from Cox Hall’s Clock Tower, including “The Addams Family” theme song. ...

John L. Latham (79L), an Atlanta-based securities litigation lawyer, has been elected to the Emory University Board of Trustees. Latham joins the Board of Trustees as a term trustee, according ...

At 2 years old, U.S. Olympic figure skater Nathan Chen watched his brothers play ice hockey and took a liking to the sport. “But hockey skates don’t come in sizes ...

When it comes to confronting hate speech in public spaces, Americans often discount productive conversation, according to U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith. “We’re blurring that commitment to free speech ...