Sarah Davis

Sarah Davis (22Ox) is from Austin, Texas. She plans to major in political science. Previously, Davis was the co-editor-in-chief of her high school student paper. Outside of the Wheel, she runs, enjoys watching stand-up comedy and loves playing with her dog Carl.

Despite Attempts to Reform, Sorority Members Decry Systemic Failures

The racial reckoning sparked by George Floyd’s killing in May 2020 was the tipping point for dozens of Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) members to drop. Citing discrimination against minority communities, economic barriers and internal resistance to change, former sorority members told the Wheel that last summer’s revelations follow years of “cognitive dissonance” about being part [...]

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Carol Anderson: White Rage Sparked Capitol Attack

Charles Howard Candler Professor of African American Studies Carol Anderson explained how white rage contributed to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol at a panel hosted by the African American Policy Forum (AAPF), a think tank with the purpose of connecting academics, policy makers and activists to confront inequality.   The virtual event on [...]

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Oxford Student Discovers Unpublished William Carlos Williams Manuscript

In early March 2020, when Audrey Ruan (20Ox, 22C) and Assistant Professor of English Sarah Higinbotham arrived at the Yale Beinecke Library of Rare Books and Manuscripts, they never expected to uncover an unpublished manuscript, much less one of famous Modernist poet William Carlos Williams.  Ruan first became interested in archival research after a class [...]

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Hall Wins Special Election Runoff for John Lewis’ Seat

Kwanza Hall won Tuesday’s special election runoff to serve out the remainder of the late congressman Rep. John Lewis’ (D-Ga.) congressional term, with the race being called by AP just after midnight on Dec. 3. The former Atlanta City Councilmember, who was sworn in on Dec. 3, will serve in this position until Jan. 3 [...]

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