Johnna Gadomski

  The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) passed the Elections Code bill 8-4 after two weeks of vacillating. SGA also funded $4,016.48 for the Black History Month Gala and tabled a bill that would fund $8,000 toward ...

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 ...

The 51st legislature of Student Government Association (SGA) voted to table the Elections Code bill for the second consecutive week after another round of debate. SGA also confirmed Cameron Alexander (20C) as the secretary and clerk on the executive board, ...

The 51st legislature of Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday night to debate a bill that would prohibit joint candidacy, hear a proposal to establish the Undergraduate Sexual Health Initiative (USHI) and fund the Soul Food Gospel Fest. The legislators ...

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 ...

The 51st legislature of Student Government Association (SGA) overruled College Council’s (CC) decision to deny the Southern Poverty Law Center at Emory (SPLC) a Non-Recommended for Funding (NRF) charter Monday evening. The CC decision was overruled with eight legislators voting ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday to confirm a new vice president of communication and vote on bills that would establish a new Communications Committee and fund the Refugee Revive and TableTalk’s “Dinner Syries” and ...

While some students spend Sunday night finishing homework, College freshmen Johnna Gadomski and Nora Keathley spent theirs finishing the 9.5-hour drive back to Emory’s campus from Washington, D.C. after they protested at the Women’s March on Washington. “We decided to ...