Tanika Deuskar

Tanika Deuskar (22C) is from Bangalore, India. She intends to double major in Biology and Creative Writing. She loves jogging, listening to podcasts, and eating spicy food.

Emory Researchers Adjust to Suspension of Non-Essential Research

After Emory’s decision to ramp down all non-essential research by March 23, the Wheel spoke with several principal investigators about the move’s impact on their research.  In a March 18 email sent to University faculty, researchers were directed to conclude all “non-essential, non-critical” on-campus experiments and reduce contact with all study participants in an effort [...]

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Emory Research Labs Instructed To Curtail Non-Essential Research

Emory has announced a reduction of all non-essential research by March 23, according to an email sent by Interim Provost Jan Love to University faculty.  Faculty have been directed to conclude all “non-essential, non-critical” on-campus experiments and reduce contact with all study participants in an effort to stymie the spread of the novel coronavirus. Essential [...]

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SGA Votes to Revise Executive Authority and Allocation of Legislators

Eunice Park, Staff The Student Government Association (SGA) unanimously voted to amend the SGA Constitution to add an additional legislator and modify the method of legislator allocation during their meeting on Feb. 24.  All eight legislators present voted on an amended version of the original bill, Bill 53sl28, that underwent first reading on Feb. 17. [...]

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Student Gov. Discusses Election Holiday, Mac Donald, Unpaid Internships

Megan Yang, Contributing During its Feb. 10 meeting, the 53rd Student Government Association (SGA) unanimously passed a resolution emphasizing the need to fund unpaid internships and also discussed a bill that would advocate for a University-wide election day holiday.  Earlier this month, legislators discussed Graduate Student Government Association Speaker Aisha Mahmood’s (18C, 20PH) proposal for [...]

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