Max Zoberman

College-wide Representative Will Palmer (18C) discusses the restructure bill, which he authored, at a Feb. 27 Student Government Association (SGA) meeting. / Michelle Lou, News Editor

  About 2.2 percent of the Emory undergraduate student body voted in the undergraduate-wide referendum on the Student Government Association (SGA) restructure bill, which passed 133-36 Wednesday night, according to Brendan Moriarty, OrgSync information systems coordinator. The restructure bill amends ...

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 ...

In the aftermath of the Student Government Association (SGA) split, several top SGA officials have issued conflicting interpretations of the state of its constitution both in SGA meetings and interviews with the Wheel. The Wheel spoke to top SGA representatives ...

The SGA election period has been postponed by one week, pushing back information sessions, candidacy declarations, the campaign period and vote. The start of the SGA election and voting period moved from March 13 to March 20 because the 50th ...

Former U.S. Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey will deliver the keynote address and receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree at this year’s commencement ceremony May 8. The renowned poet has taught at Emory for 15 years ...
Ruth Reyes, Photo Editor

At her inauguration as the first female and 20th Emory University president Wednesday in Glenn Memorial Church, Claire E. Sterk emphasized practicing mutual respect in a divided society and the importance of global engagement. More than 300 Emory community members and ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) convened Feb. 6 to discuss the proposed undergraduate governing structure and confirm one SGA senior representative and one College-wide representative. It was SGA’s first meeting since a University-wide referendum passed, splitting the student government into ...

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 ...

With the University-wide referendum to split the Student Government Association (SGA) into autonomous undergraduate and graduate branches less than a week away, the majority of undergraduate students The Emory Wheel interviewed were either unaware of or indifferent to the vote, ...