Migos

During fall break, many Emory students headed to their hometowns or rewarded themselves with a relaxing four-day weekend, but 70 students elected to devote their time to one of seven alternative break trips organized by Volunteer Emory (VE). But students ...

Rapper Post Malone is set to perform Friday, Oct. 20, on McDonough Field as part of this year’s Homecoming Week, according to Student Programming Council (SPC) President Tamara Ezzat (18B). Austin Richard Post, known by stage name Post Malone, is ...

Student Governance Services (SGS) is no longer allowing deposit payments to vendors following the phony Migos concert booking that cost Emory $37,500, according to SGA adviser Lisa Loveall. “We don’t do deposits because of things like that,” Loveall told about ...

UPDATE (7/7/17 at 4:58 p.m.): EPD has reclassified the Migos concert booking incident as a criminal investigation effective July 7, according to Captain Cheryl Elliott. EPD officer Ed Shoemaker said June 26 that the responding officer had determined there were ...

After a solid Dooley’s Week and, thanks to the last-minute intervention of Campus Life, a successful Friday night concert, the student body’s emotional response to the Migos fiasco has dissipated. As argued in last week’s editorial, other parties share responsibility ...

Rapper Ty Dolla Sign served as a last-minute replacement headliner for the April 7 Dooley’s Ball concert following the discovery that previously announced headliner Migos had been booked through a fraudulent third-party agency. Announced by Student Programming Council (SPC) as ...

The search for a Dooley’s Week headliner has been assumed by Student Programming Council (SPC) Adviser Vernon Smith and the Division of Campus Life following the revelation that the announced performer was booked through a fraudulent company, according to SPC ...

Nothing has rallied students together this year as much as the news that Migos would be performing at Dooley’s Week. But when Emory realized it been scammed by a fraudulent third-party agency, the March 28 letter published by Student Programming ...

Just two days after the announcement that Migos would no longer be coming to Emory, the campus still reels in shock. The Emory Wheel asked three contributors to articulate how they felt. These are their stories. Abdul Binghalan, Music Critic ...