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Octaveon Woods, the man who orchestrated the Spring 2017 scam that cost Emory $37,500, was sentenced on Friday to almost four years in federal prison, according to the Associated Press. ...

Judge Upholds Full Restoration of DACA A D.C. federal judge upheld an order to the U.S. government to restore and continue accepting applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ...

SGA President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) has launched an investigation into College Council (CC) spending. Ma said that he ordered the probe into CC possibly overspending on food and travel ...

Emory University lost more than $19,000 over a three-year period via payments of several fraudulent invoices for art acquisitions. Officials at the Michael C. Carlos Museum contacted Emory Police Department ...

DeKalb County police are looking for a man who unsuccessfully attempted to rob the Emory Village CVS Pharmacy on North Decatur Road on July 6. Standing at the checkout line, ...

Emory’s admissions process will remain the same, despite the Trump administration’s rescission of Obama-era policies that encouraged colleges to consider students’ races to foster diversity in admissions. “The information we ...

A Fulton County judge issued a temporary injunction on Friday blocking the expansion of Atlanta Public Schools (APS) boundaries, which was part of Emory’s annexation into Atlanta. Prior to the ...

Deandre Miles (18C) was sentenced June 18 to probation and community service after pleading guilty to two misdemeanor charges for protesting at the 2017 Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade. Miles was ...

Rosa Tarbutton Sumter (89C) is the newest member of the Emory University Board of Trustees, according to a July 2 University press release. Sumter has served on the Emory College ...