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Assistant News Editor/City
[email protected] | Richard Chess is a College freshman from Seattle, Washington, who plans to major in business. He enjoys watching the Mariners lose and serving as president of Complex Hall Council.

Invited by student group Emory College Republicans, five Republican Congressional candidates for the sixth district of Georgia debated at Emory Thursday night before the April 18 special election. The candidates ...

Rapper Ty Dolla Sign served as a last-minute replacement headliner for the April 7 Dooley’s Ball concert following the discovery that previously announced headliner Migos had been booked through a ...

Dean Committee Narrows Down Finalists EMORY – The search advisory committee for the dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences, co-chaired by Oxford College Dean Douglas Hicks and Winship ...

Emory’s admission rate fell this year from 25.3 percent last year to 21.8 percent this year, according to Associate Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admission John Latting. Of ...

Following Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC)’s announcement that Atlanta-based hip-hop trio Migos will headline Dooley’s Week 2017, the more than 30 students that The Emory Wheel interviewed expressed widespread support ...

DeKalb County Historic Preservation Commission voted Feb. 13 to defer its ruling on whether Atlanta-based real estate investment company Minerva can build a new condominium on Old Briarcliff Road. The ...

Emory Protects Transgender Rights EMORY — In a Feb. 25 all-Emory email, Interim Provost and Executive Vice President Stuart Zola and Vice Provost of Equity and Inclusion Lynell Cadray stated ...

A group of Emory Laney Graduate School (LGS) students are attempting to form a graduate student union to provide stronger and more formalized representation for graduate students in negotiations with ...

Carter Leases Lands to Solar Co. PLAINS, Ga. – Atlanta-based solar energy company SolAmerica Energy installed solar panels that currently provide power for 50 percent of the city of Plains ...