Emma Simpson

The Honor Council found a freshman in a humanities class responsible for plagiarism. The student said he altered an image from the internet and thought that it was then considered a new image, so he failed to cite the original ...

The Honor Council found a freshman in a science course responsible for plagiarizing an assignment. The student asked to use a friend’s assignment to serve as a model for his own, but he used almost all of his friend’s work ...

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms discussed her religious experiences in connection with her political career at an Aug. 30 convocation address to the Candler School of Theology in Cannon Chapel. Bottoms told about 400 audience members that she began to ...

Alumni of Emory’s chapter Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) intervened to support the chapter after the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life’s (OSFL) did not offer the fraternity the 10 Eagle Row house next school year, to no avail. The Wheel ...

Two Emory students have been recognized for their achievements with prestigious academic scholarships. Lamar Greene (19C) received the Harry S. Truman Scholarship and Ashley Diaz (20C) won the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. The Truman Scholarship honors college juniors for their ...

Two Emory political scientists found that local news stations’ coverage shifted to more conservative takes and focused more on national coverage after they were bought by Sinclair Broadcast Group. The shift in coverage could exacerbate mass polarization and suppress voter ...

The following reports are based on real cases adjudicated by the Emory College Honor Council. Any personally identifiable information has been omitted to protect the privacy of all parties involved unless involved parties have granted the Wheel permission to identify ...

Kappa Alpha Order (KA) will return to their “historic home” in Fall 2019 at 14 Eagle Row, according to Assistant Dean for Campus Life and Director of the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) Marlon Gibson. The space currently ...

After Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico without electricity and water, Emory students from Puerto Rico were largely left in the dark as they tried to communicate with friends and family back home. “It was the most scared I have ever ...