fp_TWO

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 ...

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

Several Emory physicians provided aid to individuals injured during Hurricane Maria. Emory School of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine deployed eight faculty members and physicians to assist patients injured during Hurricane Maria, according to Sheryl Heron, vice chair of administrative ...

Eleven Atlanta mayoral candidates discussed topics such as affordable housing, public transportation and education in a forum at Emory Sept. 28. The event was co-hosted by Emory, the League of Women Voters of Georgia and the League of Women Voters ...

Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Dwight McBride said he hopes to remedy Laney graduate students’ concerns without unionization and discussed new administrative roles within the Provost’s office in his first interview with the Wheel. “I don’t think ...

Both faculty and student governments in the College have responded with support for undocumented students at Emory following the White House’s Sept. 5 announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program would be phased out. The College Faculty ...

Rapper Post Malone is set to perform Friday, Oct. 20, on McDonough Field as part of this year’s Homecoming Week, according to Student Programming Council (SPC) President Tamara Ezzat (18B). Austin Richard Post, known by stage name Post Malone, is ...

Two College Council (CC) senior legislators have resigned “due to unforeseen circumstances,” according to a Sept. 18 email from CC President Cassidy Schwartz (18C). Their positions will be filled through an “interview process,” Schwartz told the Wheel. The positions must ...

Alice Bodge (21C) and Austin Graham (21C) were elected Student Government Association (SGA) freshman representatives Thursday night, according to Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C). Bodge clinched 44.94 percent or 240 votes, and Graham received 31.84 percent or 170 votes. ...