Ulia Ahn

Ulia Ahn (24C) is from McLean, Virginia, a suburb less than 10 miles from the nation's capital. In addition to writing, she has academic passions in international studies and Spanish & Portuguese. She was formerly a synchronized swimmer and enjoys running and exploring new foods and restaurants.

Potential WeChat Ban Leaves International Students Disconcerted, Tense

Following the Trump administration’s recently announced ban on WeChat, Chinese international students expressed fear that the ban on WeChat could lead to being completely cut off from family and friends back home. However, since Sept. 20, the ban on WeChat and another Chinese-owned app, TikTok, has been halted. The Commerce Department cited national security concerns [...]

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Mass Incarceration Conversation Series Highlights Experiences of Black Women

Talitha LeFlouria, a scholar of mass incarceration and historian of Black women in America, spoke about the importance of centering the stories of Black women in the traditional historical narrative at a panel discussion sponsored by the Emory’s Department of History on Sept. 15.  About 40 people attended the virtual event, which was moderated by [...]

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