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SGA President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) told the Wheel on Tuesday night that he does not plan to sue the paper for defamation after he threatened legal action earlier this month. Ma said he would pursue legal action against the ...

A former Emory law student has sued the University after it suspended him for engaging in non-consensual sexual intercourse with a former female student and later rejected his appeal. He is seeking re-admission and monetary compensation, alleging that Emory’s Office ...

More than one year into her term, University President Claire E. Sterk discussed plans to increase her visibility on campus, re-evaluate the Campus Life dean position description and the steps toward better faculty salary equity and retention in a March ...

Paul Marthers, vice provost for enrollment management, has been named the interim vice president of Campus Life and will assume current Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair’s position when Nair departs Emory University March 30. Marthers ...

After a series of swaps and switches, some Greek organizations will find a new home on Eagle Row for the upcoming academic year. Delta Tau Delta (DTD) fraternity is set to take over the house where Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) ...

Emory Acquires Obama Inaugural Poet’s Papers The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library acquired a new collection of papers from poet Richard Blanco, who delivered his poem “One Today” at former U.S. President Barack Obama’s inauguration in ...

Executive Editor Michelle Lou (19C) was elected the next editor-in-chief of The Emory Wheel Feb. 18. Current Editor-in-Chief Julia Munslow (18C) will leave her position March 12. Lou and her incoming executive board will assume their roles after Munslow’s departure. ...

The Emory Wheel garnered six awards Feb. 16 in the Georgia Press Association’s 2017 Better Newspaper Contest. News Editors Alex Klugerman (20B) and Richard Chess (20C) won first place for the “Best News Article Based on Investigative Reporting” category in ...

  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 ...