Christina Yan

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to approve a chartering and budget request from Emory’s Graduate Christian Fellowship. GSGA voted to charter the organization as a Graduate-Wide Organization (GWO) with 12 votes in ...

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to discuss transition plans for future legislatures and the timeline for the spring elections. GSGA Vice President of Finance Deepa Raju (18B) requested that the divisional representatives ...

DeKalb County Votes to Relocate Confederate Monument The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners voted 6-1 Jan. 23 to move the Confederate monument currently located in the center of Decatur Square, a few miles away from Emory’s Atlanta campus. The commissioners ...

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to approve a budget for Emory Pipeline, fund an Emory International Coffee Hour and welcome three new legislators. GSGA voted unanimously to allocate a $1,000 budget to ...

The working group formed after following last spring’s Migos booking scam concluded its work late summer 2017 and modified procedures in attempts to prevent a similar incident from occurring again. The modifications require Student Programming Council (SPC) to work with ...

The day before 70 students were set to head out on their Alternative Fall Breaks, they received a notice that the trips were canceled. The Volunteer Emory-led service trips were canceled this year after organization leaders failed to secure vehicles ...

During his two-year term, Emory School of Law Interim Dean James B. Hughes Jr. said that he plans to advance the school’s five-year strategic plan, which includes improving transactional law programs and building upon the school’s success in diversity recruiting ...

“I didn’t sleep that night,” said Jamie Guillen (19C), who couldn’t help but feel guilty and worried as she lay in her safe bed at Emory while friends and family back in Houston, Texas, fought to survive the devastating Category ...