All posts by "Whitney Forbis"

At the top of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, the shelves and offices of the Stuart A. Rose Library overflow with books, movie posters and architectural plans. The Rose Library, ...

By now, students have grown accustomed to the blue fences, detours and construction of the Emory Student Center (ESC), formerly known as the Campus Life Center (CLC). As the building ...

Although dozens of bustling food stalls fill the open space of Krog Street Market with scents from all across the globe, Pho Nam brings the mouth-watering aromas of authentic Vietnamese ...

Golden brown croissants, crumb cakes and cookies the size of small plates line the warmly lit case in Root Baking Co. But these delicious treats are not the star of ...

Between artisanal tacos and farm-to-table cuisine, the dining options in Ponce City Market (PCM) offer cuisines from myriad countries. But before September, PCM lacked a culinary staple: sushi.  Enter Miso ...

Vriksasana, or Tree Pose, is a balancing act in which yogis stand on one leg, their other foot resting lightly on their ankle. Transfixing their Drishti, or “Yogic Gaze,” onto ...

Few college students can say they head to the local cemetery after class. Sam Gardner (19Ox, 21C), however, finds spiritual fulfillment among the tombstones: the student volunteers as a mourner ...

Is it worth enrolling in a course if the teacher is not on Rate My Professor? Does the catfish at the DUC-ling look a little suspicious? Do you know which ...

With course enrollment for Fall 2018 in full swing, the Wheel interviewed graduating seniors about their favorite courses and professors. From pharmacology to the classics, Emory seniors shared their thoughts ...