Madison Bober (20C) is from Hollywood, Florida, majoring in political science and minoring in women’s, gender and sexuality studies. Bober previously served as managing news editor, copy editor and multimedia editor. This upcoming summer, she will intern at NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.
Contact Bober at [email protected].
Isaiah Poritz (22C) is from Salt Lake City, Utah, majoring in political science and minoring in quantitative theory and methods. This upcoming summer, he will intern at CBS News. He is a die-hard Utah Jazz fan.
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Ayushi Agarwal (21C) is from Mumbai, India, majoring in psychology and minoring in media studies. Agarwal previously served as the Wheel’s photo editor and assistant copy editor. She is currently interning with The Wire, an independent Indian news source.
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Ninad Kulkarni (22C) is from Hyderabad, India, majoring in economics. You can catch him playing racquetball at the WoodPEC.
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Emory Life Editor
Angela Tang (22C) is from West Lafayette, Indiana, majoring in economics and mathematics on a pre-med track. Outside of the Wheel, she works at an HIV lab and serves on the curriculum, assessment and educational policy College Council committee. She enjoys watching gymnastics, collecting stationery and drinking Blue Donkey’s summer almond blend.
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Ben Thomas (23C) is from Centerville, Ohio, majoring in political science and English. In addition to his role at the Wheel, he is a member of the Ethics and Servant Leadership Forum, an associate justice on the Constitutional Council and a social sciences editor at the Emory Undergraduate Research Journal.
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Ryan Callahan (22C) is from Richboro, Pennsylvania, majoring in philosophy, politics and law. Callahan previously served as the Wheel’s sports editor. Outside of the Wheel, he serves on the executive boards for the Residence Hall Association and Pre-Law Society, and is an independent contractor for Fansided.
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Caroline Silva (22C) is from São Paulo, Brazil, majoring in English and philosophy. Silva previously served as Emory Life editor. In addition to the Wheel, she serves on the Senate Campus Life Committee and Committee on the Environment. During her first year, she was a member of the University Senate representing the College of Arts and Sciences. In her free time, she can be found indulging on vegan sweets, reading poetry and playing video games.
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Digital Media Chief
Cailen Chinn (22C) is from Boulder, Colorado, and double majoring in film and media studies and French. Aside from managing the Wheel’s social media accounts, she is a member of Emory’s varsity swim team. She prides herself in her taste in music and her coffee addiction (which she documents on her Instagram account, @cailendrinkscoffee).
Contact Chinn at [email protected].
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Joel Lerner (20Ox, 22C) is from Johns Creek, Georgia, majoring in environmental science. Outside of the Wheel, his interests include theater, music and books. If you want to strike up a (seemingly endless) conversation with him, just mention “Doctor Who” or TikTok.
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Jessica Solomon (23C) is from Bethesda, Maryland, majoring in neuroscience and behavioral biology on a pre-med track. Aside from being sports editor, Solomon is an Emory tour guide and plays on the club volleyball team. She loves everything Washington, D.C., and is still pumped about the Nationals’ World Series win and the Capitals’ Stanley Cup victory.
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Jacqueline Ma (21C) is from Houston, Texas, majoring in neuroscience and behavioral biology. This past summer, she worked at MD Anderson Cancer Center in the Cancer Systems Imaging department. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, buying fruit at Your Dekalb Farmers Market and listening to The Moth podcast.
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Forrest Martin (21C) is from Atlanta, Georgia, majoring in psychology and minoring in economics. Outside of the Wheel, he spends most of his time watching or playing sports, browsing YouTube and going out to eat with his friends. He loves going to Atlanta United games and taking photos when he can.
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Jackson Schneider (23C) is from Lafayette, Louisiana, double majoring in political science and economics. Outside of the Wheel, Schneider is an executive committee member of the Emory Questbridge Scholars program and an assistant in the Anthropology Department. In his free time, he enjoys novels, video games and spending way too many Dooley Dollars on coffee.
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Zach Ball (20C) is from Griffin, Georgia, double majoring in history and political science. He is a passionate advocate for social justice and global humanitarian issues, and hopes to work in either higher education or international relations in the future. Ball is an avid reader of political news and opinion and can often be found discussing current events with fellow Emory students.
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Thomas Kreutz (18Ox, 21C) is a student from Chicago, majoring in creative writing and political science. Tommy is a published poet, whose favorite poetic reads are “Sin” by Ai, “Cortége” by Carl Philips, and “A Women of Poetry” by Robyn Schiff. In his free time, he goes around campus, espousing ill-informed tirades about politics, movies and sports, to no one in particular.
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Aidan Vick (22C) is from North Sioux City, South Dakota, a town in which the tallest man-made structure is a McDonald’s sign. He is majoring in English and minoring in classics and enjoys running. Vick currently oversees the Wheel’s crossword puzzle and writes music reviews for the Arts & Entertainment section.
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Christina Yan (21B) is from Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, majoring in business administration. She previously served as assistant news editor, news editor and managing editor. She is a 2018 Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists winner and finalist for her investigative reporting.
Contact Yan at [email protected].