All posts by "Christina Yan"

Assistant News Editor
[email protected] | Christina Yan (21C) is from Monmouth Junction, N.J., planning to major in economics and political science. Outside the Wheel, Christina serves as a member of the marketing team for Emory China Care.

Former Atlanta Mayor Hospitalized at Emory Former Atlanta Mayor and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Andrew Young was admitted to Emory University Hospital (EUH) on Wednesday afternoon ...

Elections Board Vice Chair Andy Xu (20C) resigned from his position on April 4 in the wake of Former Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C)’s forced resignation and a contentious ...

Two freshman College Council (CC) representatives have challenged Radhika Kadakia’s (20C) eligibility for candidacy in the CC presidential race, according to Chair of the Elections Board Betty Zhang (20C). In ...

The Elections Board voted 5-0 against allowing Sania Chandrani (19B) to declare her candidacy for Student Government Association (SGA) president after she missed the March 18 registration deadline, according to ...

The Elections Board has permitted two more candidates who missed the registration deadline to run in the Spring 2018 student government elections, according to Chair of the Elections Board Betty ...

The Elections Board upheld Student Government Association (SGA) Chief of Staff Mario Karras’ (17Ox, 19B) candidacy for SGA president in a 6-0 decision after he failed to declare his candidacy ...

Emory University spent $310,000 on lobbying in 2017, an amount that since 2012 has increased by more than $170,000, according to U.S. Senate lobbying reports. Last year, Emory lobbied for ...

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to discuss an informal compensation proposal for some GSGA executive members and conduct a first reading of ...

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 ...