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The Elections Board upheld Student Government Association (SGA) Chief of Staff Mario Karras’ (17Ox, 19B) candidacy for SGA president in a 6-0 decision after he failed to declare his candidacy by the deadline, according to Chair of the Elections Board ...

More than one year into her term, University President Claire E. Sterk discussed plans to increase her visibility on campus, re-evaluate the Campus Life dean position description and the steps toward better faculty salary equity and retention in a March ...

Emory will not rescind offers of admission to high school students who engage in peaceful protest in wake of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting, according to Associate Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admission John Latting. “We respect ...

Federal prosecutors have charged one of the individuals behind the third-party fraudulent talent booking agency that Emory University used to attempt to book Migos, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Octaveon Woods, 26, of Decatur, Ill., was charged Feb. ...

Dollar Shave Club Co-founder and CEO Michael Dubin (01C) is set to deliver the keynote address at Emory University’s 173rd commencement ceremony May 14, according to Assistant Director of Media Relations Megan McRainey. Emory will confer Dubin an honorary doctor ...

Emory has revamped its Test Credit Policy, decreasing the amount of credit hours incoming students can receive for AP and IB tests from 24 to 12, according to the new AP, IB and Other Pre-Matriculation Test Credit Policy. The change ...

A University committee has identified gender inequities in faculty salaries, “significant[ly]” low levels of faculty diversity and low faculty pay compared to peer institutions. In 2013, then-Provost Claire E. Sterk charged the Class and Labor 2 Committee to examine the ...

Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair, known around campus for his social justice advocacy and Greek life initiatives, is set to step down this March to become president of Arcadia University (Pa.). During his five-year tenure ...

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 ...