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Campus Life is scrambling to replace senior administrators in the Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) after Director Jade Turner and Associate Director Tiffany Del Valle quit their positions. Turner, who came to Emory in January from the University ...

The Class and Labor Phase 2 Committee’s recently released executive summary of its report contains critical findings that impact the Emory community, several of which we addressed in last week’s editorial. This editorial is the second installment in the Editorial ...

Every year on Emory’s campus, a slew of mostly freshman women endure two daunting weekends of constant smiling and uncomfortable semi-formal attire to earn their place in one of Emory’s most socially and politically influential institutions — the sororities of ...

Newly appointed Director of the Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) Jade M. Turner hopes to increase her understanding of race relations on Emory’s campus and host a racial justice seminar that encourages community work. Turner, who identifies as ...

Karishma Mehrotra is a first-generation Indian-American and the former executive editor of The Emory Wheel. This opinion about the Trump chalkings does not reflect the opinion of the Wheel. Almost two weeks after we woke up to “TRUMP 2016” plastered ...

Race tells the story of Jesse Owens, the black man who won four gold medals in the 1936 Berlin Olympics in the face of the most heinous regime that the world has ever known. The Wheel had a chance, along ...

Biopics are a tricky game to play. Give too much of the subject’s life, and your film becomes unfocused and unable to pin down any idea besides hagiographic praise or sweeping condemnation, which, unfortunately, doesn’t do much for a film. ...

I respectfully yet strongly disagree with the opinion piece written by my colleague Frank Lechner last month. In assessing the recent demands of Black Students of Emory, Professor Lechner honed in on a few of their demands. In particular, he ...

A recent New York Times article by Katharine Q. Seelye details the horrors that families of heroin overdose victims and survivors face in coping with the way our country currently handles the heroin epidemic. In the article, “In Heroin Crisis, ...