Phyllis Guo

Phyllis (Xinxuan) Guo (22C) is from Taiyuan, China, majoring in Quantitative Sciences with Psychology concentration. Outside of the Wheel, Phyllis works in a psychology lab about canine cognition and is a camper for the Guide Dog Foundation. She enjoys to explore good restaurants around Atlanta and has addiction to bubble tea. She is a Ravenclaw.

Ndegeocello Speaks About Life as a Black Artist at Provost Lecture Series

Jackson Schneider, Contributing American singer-songwriter and bassist Meshell Ndegeocello spoke about her experiences as a black artist and her search for musical truth at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts on Oct. 3. The event was part of the Provost Lecture Series. Ndegeocello, 51, was born in Berlin and raised in Washington, D.C. Her father [...]

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Crime Report | 10.2.19

On Sept. 18 at 10:35 a.m., the Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to Wesley Woods Towers, room 308, in reference to a report of a theft. A resident care provider assisted the officer in speaking with the complainant because the complainant has poor hearing and experiences increased difficulties with speech and memory as the day [...]

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Crime Report | 9.25.19

On Sept. 12 at 4:21 p.m., the Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to the O. Wayne Rollins Research Building in reference to a theft. The complainant said his silver Apple MacBook Pro, valued at approximately $1,300, was stolen at the Rollins Research Building on Sept. 9 after he left to attend a seminar at the [...]

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ESL Tutoring Program Rebrands, Merges With Writing Center

The English as a Second Language (ESL) program changed its name to the English Language Learning Program (ELLP) and merged its tutoring program with the Emory Writing Center this semester, according to Senior Associate Dean for the Office of Undergraduate Education Joanne Brzinski. Brzinski said the change should allow ELLP and the Writing Center to [...]

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Crime Report | 9.11.19

On Aug. 30 at 10:50 a.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to Emory University Hospital (EUH) in reference to a theft. The complainant, the director of the Emory’s Investigational Drug Service, reported the “temperature monitoring system” missing from a room that housed research medications and prescriptions, which needed to be kept at certain temperatures to [...]

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