GSGA

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to approve funding for a forum about issues surrounding A.J. Burgess’ delayed kidney transplant and to hear a presentation from Outdoor Emory regarding the organization’s potential to ...

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 ...

The second legislature of the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) convened Monday evening to discuss its attendance policy and the possibility of developing a partnership between Emory and campus dining delivery app Tapingo. Candler School of Theology Legislator Byron Wratee ...

Due to rapper Post Malone’s popularity, some students listened to his Homecoming Ball performance from outside of McDonough Field, which reached maximum capacity. Friday evening’s Homecoming Ball reached the maximum capacity of 4,500 people, according to Student Programming Council (SPC) ...

After its precarious split from the undergraduate Student Government Association (SGA) last year, the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) finally released their constitution to The Emory Wheel after multiple requests for the document. GSGA has supposedly been operating under this ...

UPDATE (4/19 at 7:18 p.m.): At the Finance Committee meeting last night, the Committee voted for a budget cut of 12.815 percent for all Executive Agencies except Student Legal Services, which will be funded proportionally to the number of undergraduates it serves, according ...

UPDATE (3/27 at 3:58 p.m.): The story has been updated with quotes from Mark Neufeld (18B), who was previously unavailable for comment. UPDATE (3/25 at 10:30 p.m.): The story has been updated with quotes from Vineet Tiruvadi (19M), who was previously unavailable for comment. ...

Six student government candidates discussed their election platforms and answered questions from Emory community members via Twitter, The Emory Wheel, and Wheel Editorial Board in this year’s Wheel debates March 22 in the Psychology and Associated Sciences (PAIS) building. With ...