Dooley’s Week

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. Woods pleaded guilty to wire fraud in the spring in ...

If you weren’t lucky enough to find a Dooley Cat hidden on campus during this year’s Dooley’s Week, don’t lose hope: the mastermind behind the eccentric felines plans to continue to drop his pieces around Atlanta. Emory University and Photo ...

At 9:24 p.m. rapper Desiigner had taken the stage on McDonough Field for Saturday’s concert. Two minutes later, his shirt was off and the crowd was roaring. Given that the 20-year-old rapper doesn’t have many tracks under his belt, the ...

The turbulent 2016 presidential election and its effects have provided comedians a wealth of inspiration for material. Judah Friedlander, best known for playing Frank Rossitano on the popular NBC sitcom “30 Rock,” drew mostly from political issues for his comedy ...

Rappers Lil Yachty and Desiigner performed at the April 14 Dooley’s Ball concert, attracting a crowd of about 2,600 people, according to Student Programming Council (SPC) President Tamara Ezzat (18B). Doors opened at 8 p.m. and Desiigner, the opening act, ...

Rapper Desiigner is scheduled to open for Lil Yachty at Dooley’s Ball on April 14 at McDonough Field, according to Student Programming Council President Tamara Ezzat (18B). Desiigner is best known for his debut single “Panda,” which hit No. 1 ...

Atlanta-based rapper Lil Yachty is set to headline Dooley’s Ball on April 14 at McDonough Field, Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC) announced today. The self-described “bubblegum trap” artist is best known for two 2016 hits that he is featured on: ...

(Above) Manushi Ashar (20C) speaks with Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair at Wonderful Wednesday March 21. Students, faculty and student organizations gather at Asbury Circle to bid farewell to Nair. (Below) Student Programming Council (SPC) ...

Student Governance Services (SGS) is no longer allowing deposit payments to vendors following the phony Migos concert booking that cost Emory $37,500, according to SGA adviser Lisa Loveall. “We don’t do deposits because of things like that,” Loveall told about ...