Seungeun Cho

Executive Editor | [email protected] Seungeun "Sage" Cho (20C) is Seoul-born and San Diego-raised, double majoring in comparative literature and East Asian studies. Cho previously served as the Wheel's Emory Life Editor and enjoys JRPGs, snowboarding, dreaming and literature.

McBride to Leave Emory in Spring 2020 after 2 Years as Provost

Courtesy Emory Photo/Video Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Dwight A. McBride will leave Emory University in Spring 2020 to serve as the ninth president of The New School (N.Y.), according to an Oct. 11 New School press release. McBride will succeed current New School President David E. Van Zandt, who will leave [...]

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Editors’ Top Albums for Finals Week

Any Pixar motion picture soundtrack Annie Uichanco, Sports Editor Courtesy of Dan Goldwasser As a music composition major, it’s hard to listen to other music when you’re writing your own, so I rarely listen to music when I study. But when I study, I usually play film scores as background noise. Whenever I watch a [...]

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DeMuro Accelerates to YouTube Stardom

Courtesy of Doug DeMuro When Doug DeMuro (10C) speaks, his down-to-earth demeanor, casual amiability and lack of pretension seem counterintuitive from a YouTuber with over 2 million subscribers. DeMuro’s optimistic character shines through when the Emory alumnus reminisces on his unconventional path from college to cubicle to YouTube car guru. Initially, DeMuro recalls, he was [...]

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After Escape, Jo Begins Rescue

Courtesy of Eddie Park The first time Jinhye Jo tried to escape North Korea, she and her family turned back because her mother was too weak to walk any further. An open wound on her skull become so infected that bugs were beginning to crawl around it, Jo said. Jo’s mother received the injury from [...]

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