Author: Thomas Kreutz

Alumni Admin Start Strategizing for Capital Campaign 

Ayushi Agarwal/Asst. Copy Editor In the recently released presidential prospectus, Emory announced that the University is in the “silent stage” of a capital campaign.  In a March 1 interview with the Wheel, Emory Advancement and Alumni Engagement Assistant Vice President and Chief of Staff Mathew Pinson spoke about the campaign, a major fundraising project that [...]

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Goizueta Dean Erika James to Depart Emory, Serve as Wharton Dean

Courtesy of Steve Shan Dean of Goizueta Business School Erika H. James will leave Emory  to serve as the dean of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania effective July 1. James is the third senior administrator, including outgoing University President Claire E. Sterk and former Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs [...]

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Black Boy Joy Highlights the ‘Black Kings’ of Emory

Noyonika Paludekar, Staff A 12-year-old Dominic Lal (21C) and his uncle were outside a Cincinnati Reds game when a homeless man approached them and attempted to sell them a bag of popcorn. Lal’s uncle reached into his pocket and offered the man a $20 bill and told him to keep the popcorn. After a couple [...]

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Student Government Bodies Support Election Day Holiday

Ayushi Agarwal, Photo Editor College Council (CC) passed Senior Legislator Justin Cohen’s (20C) Election Day resolution unanimously on Feb. 12, which would advocate for the creation of a University holiday on Election Day. CC, Oxford Student Government Association (SGA), Emory SGA and BBA Council have already passed resolutions in support of the initiative, and Cohen [...]

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Emory Students Battle Fear, Misinformation Surrounding Coronavirus

Emory University Student Health Services/Richard Chess, Senior Editor While most Emory students were wrapping up their winter break, Lily Song (22C) from Wuhan, China, was watching the coronavirus outbreak bring her hometown to the brink of chaos. Song was on Emory’s campus on Jan. 25 when her city was put on lockdown, with her grandmother [...]

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