Phyllis Guo

Phyllis (Xinxuan) Guo (22C) is from Taiyuan, China, majoring in quantitative sciences with a psychology concentration. Outside of the Wheel, she serves as treasurer of Pawsitive Outreach and vice president of Emory Tzu Ching. In her free time, she enjoys reading, volunteering at the Guide Dog Foundation, drinking bubble tea and exploring Atlanta.

Everything You Need to Know About Today’s SAF Ballot Referendum

Undergraduate students will receive an email today at 8 p.m. asking them to consider raising the Student Activity Fee (SAF) from $95 to $110. Student Government Association (SGA) President Ben Palmer (18Ox, 20C) and SGA Vice President Lori Steffel (21B) spoke with the Wheel last week about what the increase would mean for the student [...]

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Crime Report | 11.20.19

On Nov. 10 at 5:10 a.m., the Emory Police Department (EPD) received a call in reference to a report of a disabled vehicle on Clifton Road. Upon arrival, the officer noticed that a gray 2013 Nissan Altima with a Georgia tag was parked on a curb. The vehicle's registration was suspended. Upon approaching the vehicle, [...]

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Emory Hosts 11th Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

Isaiah Poritz, News Editor This Fall, Emory enrolled around 90 military veteran students, most of whom are in graduate programs, according to Associate Dean of Undergraduate Admission Giles Eady. Eady said Emory enrolled more students with military backgrounds this year than the last in an effort to adhere to their commitment of doing good and [...]

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Crime Report | 11.13.19

On Oct. 30 at 12:53 p.m., the Emory Police Department (EPD) received a report of harassing communications via telephone. The complainant, a faculty member, said that he and other professors from the Department of Psychology, along with current and former graduate students, have been receiving emails from a former graduate student for the past few [...]

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Carter ‘at Ease with Death’ Following Pelvis-Fracturing Fall

Former U.S. President and Emory University Distinguished Professor Jimmy Carter told his church congregation Sunday that he was “completely at ease with death.” Carter was hospitalized on Oct. 21 following a fall that shattered his pelvis. This was Carter’s second fall in October and his third fall this year. From a motorized lift chair, Carter [...]

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