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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 ...

In light of the student government split, the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) now autonomously governs Emory graduate students, but it is doing so under a constitution that lacks crucial checks and balances. As it stands, the GSGA Constitution does ...

Three weeks ago, The Emory Wheel’s then-news editor reached out to the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) President Jared Greenbaum (17M.B.A.) about the location of that week’s GSGA meeting. Greenbaum did not respond to multiple requests for comment, but later ...

Five top student government positions are uncontested this election cycle, with a single candidate running for Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) president, Student Government Association (SGA) vice president, College Council (CC) president, CC vice president and RHA president. The SGA ...

When students voted on a University-wide referendum to split the Student Government Association (SGA) into two independent bodies, the debate focused on the proper balance of graduate and undergraduate interests within the new SGA. SGA President Max Zoberman, Graduate Student ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) will split into two autonomous graduate and undergraduate branches following the passage of a University-wide referendum by a vote of 3,773 to 364 Tuesday night. Legislators will now serve on either the Student Government Association ...

On the surface, the upcoming proposal to separate the graduate schools from the Student Government Association (SGA) seems unnecessary. Since its founding, SGA represented Emory’s graduate students with an internal branch that had its own elected representatives and governed alongside ...