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Roy L. Simpson, an assistant dean at Emory’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, was walking the streets of Provincetown, Mass., when he ran into two of the most beautiful wire fox terriers he had ever seen. Simpson and his ...

Palmer, Bittencourt Join CC as Student Affairs VPs College Council (CC) appointed former Student Government Association (SGA) Chief of Staff Ben Palmer (18Ox, 20C) and Julia Bittencourt (19C) as vice presidents of student affairs this past week, according to Palmer. ...

Singer-songwriter John Legend campaigned for Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in Harland Cinema on Tuesday. Legend addressed about 160 students and community members, some of whom waited hours to attend the event, which was hosted by student group Young ...

“Crazy Rich Asians” is at once a romantic comedy and, as the first Asian led-and-directed Hollywood film in 25 years since 1993’s “The Joy Luck Club,” a significant step towards more cultural representation in Hollywood. Based on Kevin Kwan’s 2013 ...

Tennis Falls to Local Rivals The No. 2 Emory women’s tennis team lost their first two matches of the season this past weekend. The Eagles suffered a 6-3 loss at home to Georgia State University Feb. 10 and a 6-1 ...

This story will be updated as information becomes available.  Some members of Emory’s track and field team were involved in a collision in Birmingham, Ala., Friday morning when a vehicle struck the team’s van, which overturned. The track and field ...

In 2005, Rachel Thomas (06C) walked Emory’s campus living in “a secret hell” for months. Putting up a front to her parents and friends, pretending to be a flourishing student, she spent her nights at Magic City, an Atlanta strip ...

Goizueta Business School junior forward Moustafa Khattab wears No. 10 for the Emory men’s soccer team. Alisha Compton, The Emory Wheel: Has soccer always been your favorite sport? Moustafa Khattab: Yeah, I’ve been playing soccer since I was about four ...

Once a year, about 200 community members swarm Eagle Row to pack themselves into a fraternity house with the intent of sharing ideas rather than partying the night away. Six students shared intimate stories related to their passions, from being ...