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UPDATE (3/31/18 at 2:44 p.m.): This article has been updated to include the results from Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA)’s elections and statements from Elias Neibart (20C), Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) and William Palmer (18C). Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) and ...

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 Chair of the Elections Board Betty Zhang (20C). The Elections ...

The 51st legislature of Student Government Association (SGA) overruled College Council’s (CC) decision to deny the Southern Poverty Law Center at Emory (SPLC) a Non-Recommended for Funding (NRF) charter Monday evening. The CC decision was overruled with eight legislators voting ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) overruled College Council’s (CC) decision to deny Emory Chinese Student Association (ECSA) a charter in SGA’s last meeting of Fall 2017. SGA also formalized its charter appeals process; funded a ceremony ...

Actress and producer Diarra Kilpatrick questioned whether colleges are truly integrated or if they’re just settings in which diverse groups of people exist alongside each other at this past weekend’s Culture Shock Nov. 10. “We get in the habit of ...

A bill to restructure the undergraduate student government will go to an undergraduate-wide referendum after it passed the 50th legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) Monday. SGA convened Monday night to host a second public forum on the undergraduate ...

By Annie McGrew Staff Writer The second annual Culture Shock kicked off on Friday night (Nov. 7) with an interactive speech from Eddie Huang, a famous chef and food personality. The event, hosted by College Council (CC), filled the seats ...

  Members of the Elections Board announced the results of student government elections and the referendum on Student Government Association (SGA) constitutional amendments around 12 a.m. on Thursday. More than 2,700 students voted online over a three-day voting period for ...