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Former University President James W. Wagner received $2.36 million in deferred-compensation awards in addition to his $991,460 base salary in 2015, making him the second-highest paid private college president that year, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education’s executive compensation ...

Emory University and some surrounding properties will be incorporated into the city of Atlanta Jan. 1, 2018. The Atlanta City Council approved the annexation Monday in a unanimous vote despite objections that the annexation would harm DeKalb County schools. The ...

The Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) Executive Board called on the Board of Trustees to speak against the proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in a letter sent Wednesday evening. “Your vocal, public support now is more critical than ever ...

The U.S. House of Representatives GOP tax plan would make graduate school less affordable for some students and tax some university endowment returns and could cause Emory to lose millions from the endowment tax. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ...

EEMS Resumes Services on Weekends Emory Emergency Medical Services returned to operations Friday, Nov. 3, until Sunday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m., according to EEMS Director Rachel Barnhard. EEMS will initially be in service on weekends only, Barnhard said. The ...

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to discuss funding for Emory Club Sports and support for A.J. Burgess’ family and to vote on a resolution for GSGA to ask University administration to partner ...

Emory “could surely do better” in protecting free speech, Chair of the Emory University Open Expression Committee and Associate Professor of Law Alexander “Sasha” Volokh said at an Oct. 19 “Engaging in Civil Discourse at Emory” forum. “We have to ...

The Campus Life Pavilion, located at the former site of the Black Student Alliance (BSA) House, was dedicated Oct. 20 to the 13 black students “who integrated Emory in 1962 and 1963.” A steel beam on the entrance of the ...

University and University-affiliated groups can remove certain speech in limited public forums, the Emory University Senate Standing Committee for Open Expression decided in an unanimous Sept. 26 opinion. The opinion, titled “In Re Emory Integrity Project Chalkboards and Other Limited ...