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Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Michelle Lou (pronounced ‘low,’ like the Flo Rida song) (18C) took a somewhat circuitous route throughout her Emory career. The Goizueta Business School dropout wrapped up her political science major and East Asian studies minor last semester. Lou ...

The Emory Wheel won six awards in the 2018 Georgia College Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. Assistant News Editor Albert Zhang (22C) won first place for “Best News Article Based on Investigative Reporting” in Group I for coverage of College ...

Estrella, a recently opened Yucatan-inspired restaurant, offers many surprises — not all of them good. The luxurious ambience and location were high points, and a few dishes delighted my taste buds. Other dishes were nothing to write home about, though ...

My peers are losing themselves to their screens. In lectures, they are physically present. But mentally, many of them are absent, present only to their laptops and phones. Attending a lecture means listening to what the lecturer has to say. ...

Leaves are turning brown, pumpkin emojis are trending and college students are frantically googling “easy and fun Halloween costumes.” Finding a getup that can at least earn an honorable mention at this year’s costume party without breaking the bank often ...

  David Samuel Levinson, Former Creative Writing Fellow David Samuel Levinson created “one of the most despicable characters in all of literature” in “Tell Me How This Ends Well,” according to one Goodreads review. But the former Emory Creative Writing Fellow ...

For Visiting Assistant Professor Isabella Alexander, a normal day in Morocco consists of scavenging dump sites for food scraps and hiding film in the soles of her shoes. At night, she takes cat naps on the ground, remaining alert to ...

The heavy smell of smoky barbecue hung in the hot spring air as I approached Pig-N-Chik. The aroma, which became stronger as I entered the restaurant, provided me with a mouth-watering preview of the meal to come. I ordered a ...

“I Ubered to the airport for an hour, and it was just me and the driver,” Nathan Harper (20C) said. “I don’t think we said a word.” Harper’s experience is not an isolated case. People fail to realize that the ...