Office of Admissions Releases Results for Class of 2020

Last week, around 4,000 soon-to-be freshmen received acceptance letters inviting them to join the Emory College Class of 2020. Combined with the prior-released early decision acceptances, 4,927 total students have been accepted to Emory College and 3,282 to Oxford College. Graphic by Olivia Schuler Over 1,000 students earned a spot in both colleges and may [...]

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Administration Responds to Student Protests

"Activism can be a powerful tool to raise the consciousness of the entire campus community," Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair wrote in an email to the Wheel, in response to the March 21 Trump chalking protests. "Our purpose at Emory is to educate and practice community. This is how we [...]

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Emory Graduate Programs Maintain Top Rankings

Several Emory University graduate schools and programs, notably Emory’s nursing, business and medical schools, improved or maintained their previous year’s rankings in  U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 edition of its “Best Graduate Schools” guide. Graduate Schools Emory’s schools of business, law, nursing and public health retained their number one rankings in Georgia from last [...]

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Rose Library Obtains Abolitionist Text

“I call upon you therefore to cast your eyes upon the wretchedness of your brethren, and to do your utmost to enlighten them,” David Walker wrote in his 1829 anti-slavery pamphlet, Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World, the first attack on slavery and racism authored by a black man, and one of the most influential [...]

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Hudak Elected Next Emory Wheel Editor-in-Chief

College junior Zachary Hudak was elected the next editor-in-chief of The Emory Wheel on Monday, Feb. 29 by the newspaper’s editorial board and staff. Hudak ran uncontested, receiving 21 votes and one "no confidence" vote. He and the rest of the incoming executive board will assume their new roles after spring break. “I’m excited — I think we’re going [...]

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