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About 60 Emory and Atlanta community members mourned the 17 lives lost and discussed gun control laws at a Feb. 16 vigil on Cox Bridge for the Parkland, Fla., high school mass shooting. “We stand here together today to pay ...

Emory is set to redesign its four-year bachelor/master’s programs into five-year “4+1” programs, due to faculty concerns regarding the rigor of the programs. The bachelor/master’s programs in political science, chemistry, mathematics and mathematics/computer science, through which students could earn their ...

Bon Appetit employees at Emory University voted 132-52 against unionizing Feb. 2. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) must certify the results, which can take up to a week, Bon Appetit Director of Communications Bonnie Powell told the Wheel Feb. ...

Some Bon Appetit employees at Emory are attempting to unionize in an effort to better negotiate wages, benefits, vacation time and working hours. The vote to form a union was scheduled to take place Jan. 26 but was postponed until ...

The Emory Police Department (EPD) criminal investigation into the Dooley’s Week 2017 concert booking scam has been turned over to federal investigators, according to EPD Sgt. Alex Mawson. The Wheel reported July 2017 that students had lost $37,500 to a ...

An online campaign seeks to help Anne Chumbow (19PH) remain at Emory University and reside legally in the United States as she attempts to raise nearly $30,000 in outstanding tuition costs that she cannot afford. For her student visa to ...

Clairmont Campus residents will be re-issued door keys after they return to campus Spring 2018. Lock cores and keys of all Clairmont doors are being replaced because a University employee lost a master key for Clairmont Campus, according to a ...

This story will be updated as more information becomes available. Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair announced Thursday morning he will leave Emory University to become the 22nd president of Arcadia University (Pa.) effective April 2, ...

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 ...