Nicole Sadek

[email protected] Nicole Sadek (20C) is from Charleston, S.C., majoring in English and creative writing and international studies. Sadek previously served as editor-in-chief, social media editor, copy chief, managing editor, editor-at-large and editor-in-chief.

Emory Professor on Confederate Symbols: Contextualize, Don’t Erase

The "Lost Cause" monument in front of Dekalb County Courthouse in Decatur, Ga., has been the subject of petitions and protests asking for its removal by Decatur residents including Jimmy Carter Professor of American History Joseph Crespino./Richard Chess, Asst. News Editor Two summers ago, a South Carolina native set out to ignite a race war. [...]

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Sterk, College Republicans Group Decry Charlottesville Violence

The Emory community spoke out against the violence and hatred displayed by extremist groups after last weekend’s deadly clashes in Charlottesville, Va. University President Claire E. Sterk condemned “supremacist ideology” in an Aug. 14 all-Emory email responding to the events, which saw white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups violently confront counterprotesters. “Supremacist groups ... seek to [...]

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News Roundup | 7.11.17

DUC Demolition Continues Demolition of the west wing of the Dobbs University Center (DUC) began May 2017. The site will house the future Campus Life Center, set to open May 2019./Alexis Sutton, Contributor Old Theology Building to Become Offices for Sterk, Univ. Execs EMORY — Construction has begun on the Old Theology Building, which once housed [...]

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College Student Charged With First-Degree Felony

This article was updated 7/11/17 at 4:20 p.m. to reflect the Anthropology Department email obtained by the Wheel. This story will continue to be updated as more information becomes available. An Emory student is facing a first-degree felony charge after allegedly disarming a police officer during a protest at a Pride parade last month in [...]

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News Roundup | 6.10.17

Emory Commits to Sustainability After U.S. Withdraws From Paris Agreement WASHINGTON, D.C. — More than 1,000 U.S. organizations and institutions pledged to uphold the Paris Climate Agreement, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate global warming, following President Trump’s June 1 announcement that the United States would withdraw from the Agreement. While Emory [...]

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