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The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) will remove Chi Phi fraternity from campus after the Office of Student Conduct determined through an investigation that the fraternity violated the OSFL ...
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Update 4/24/15 12:45 p.m.: Emory’s ZBT chapter has “suspended all activities” and is cooperating with the national chapter’s investigation into the incident, according to an April 23 statement from the fraternity’s ...
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Interfraternity Council (IFC) welcomed Sigma Alpha Mu (Sammy), a national fraternity, to Emory’s Greek Life at a meeting in the Dobbs University Center (DUC) on Tuesday evening, despite initial controversy ...
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Trigger Warning: rape and sexual assault. Members of the administration, the Office of Health Promotion and a number of student organizations hosted a movie screening and panel discussion about the University’s ...
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The Office of the Provost completed a self-study of Emory College of Arts & Sciences in February. Along with the internal review, every five to seven years, an external review team releases an evaluation of ...
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Three women shield their seemingly naked bodies with signs that read “Clothing optional. Consent required.” This image is part of a photo campaign that the ReVision: Oxford College of Emory’s ...
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UPDATE (5/01, 4:36 p.m.): Brenda Michael pled guilty to wire fraud on May 1, according to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution report. Michael will receive her sentence on July 8.  Brenda Michael, a former ...
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On April 17 at 11:30 a.m., the Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding a theft at Clairmont Tower. Someone stole the individual’s wallet from her room. The wallet contained credit ...
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Just before a quiz that he later said he had not prepared for, a senior in a lower level humanities course created a small cheat sheet. When the professor noticed ...
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In 1962, the Emory University School of Law won a Georgia Supreme Court case overturning segregation measures in private schools, allowing them to admit students of color without losing the ...
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