Ulia Ahn

Ulia (she/her) (24C) is from northern Virginia, studying Spanish & Portuguese. She also writes for the Wheel's news section and Emory In Via, Emory's Christian academic journal. Additionally, Ahn is involved in campus residence life and likes to bake in her free time.

Emory opens first Asian affinity space

After years of advocacy from students, Emory University unveiled its first and only space dedicated to Asian students on campus on Sept. 8. The Asian Student Center is part of Emory’s broader Identity Space Project. The first phase of the Project also involved renovating the four other identity spaces, which have been around for years: [...]

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Emory plans for expanded graduate housing, but faces community concerns

Emory University will break ground on the first phase of the Graduate and Professional Student Housing Initiative in fall 2022, a project which will erect housing dedicated to graduate and professional students.  The project will add 1,000 beds to the current 400-bed graduate housing capacity in an effort to create affordable housing for the University’s [...]

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Asian American Hate Crime Panel Discusses Ways for Community to Move Forward

The Emory Asian Women’s Association and Chinese Undergraduate Association held an Asian hate crime panel on April 7 to discuss the recent rise of Asian hate crimes and anti-Asian sentiment in the U.S. The panel, which drew 31 attendees, featured Professor of Applied Psychology Sumie Okazaki and School of Social Work Associate Professor Doris Chang [...]

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Emory Black Men’s Initiative Continues to Expand During Pandemic

Despite being in the majority Black city of Atlanta, Black males make up just 1.7% of the Emory College students as of 2019, according to Dean of Admission John Latting. In an effort to improve this number and foster a tight-knit community of Black male students, the University established the Black Men’s Initiative (BMI) community [...]

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Underrated Group Games to Play During a Pandemic

It’s been nearly over a year since meeting up with people without the fear of contracting a deadly respiratory virus, and so it’s a given that our social lives are not as intact as they once were. Since last March, everyone has had to cultivate new, virtual hobbies to adapt to the online world, but [...]

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