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.

EPC Opposes Sigma Chi’s Exclusionary Derby Days Apparel

“A toxic sense of exclusion” is how Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) leadership and EPC chapter presidents described Sigma Chi’s choice to only include four of the eight EPC sororities on T-shirts promoting its Derby Days events. The annual fundraiser, held last week, raises funds for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation and cancer research through events and [...]

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Panelists Discuss Lack of Support for Students Affected by Incarceration

A panel of two students and one professor spoke to about 30 people on March 26 about the challenges of navigating Emory as individuals impacted by the criminal justice system, or “systems-impacted” individuals. “Systems-impacted” individuals include people affected by their own incarceration or the incarceration of family members or friends, according to panelist Jamani “Roe” [...]

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Nineties Nostalgia: Cyberpunk, Scrunchies

The cold touch of winter’s rain and snow came to an end on March 20. While rainy season still awaits, the longing for daylight is over. When we turned back our clocks over spring break, we bade farewell to seasonal affectivity and embraced longer days. As flowers bloom and animals shed their winter fluff, it’s [...]

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Eagle Row, SAE House Turn 90 Years Old

Forrest Martin/Staff Despite the constant relocation and removal of other fraternities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) and its house have withstood the test of time. 2018 marks the 90th anniversary of Eagle Row and its first fraternity house, which has belonged to SAE fraternity since its construction. When Emory College relocated from Oxford, Ga., to Druid [...]

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ATL Chain’s Buckhead Location is Pho-nomenal

Seungeun Cho/Asst. Emory Life Editor Winter-clogged sinuses and a DUCling-dulled palate woke me late Saturday morning with a craving for rich, flavorful broth. Groggily blinking against the noon sunlight, I let my appetite lead me to Pho Dai Viet. North Buckhead recently welcomed Pho Dai Viet, the fourth location of a popular Atlanta-based Vietnamese chain [...]

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