Migos

Octaveon Woods, the man who orchestrated the Spring 2017 scam that cost Emory $37,500, was sentenced on Friday to almost four years in federal prison, according to the Associated Press. Woods pleaded guilty to wire fraud in the spring in ...

There’s only one place where a fraudulent third party, Emory Mail Services and the remote Oxford campus share comedic value: “Emory Memes For (not so) Southern Teens (MemEmory).” Emory’s meme page on Facebook hosts just over 7,000 members and more ...

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 ...

Federal prosecutors have charged one of the individuals behind the third-party fraudulent talent booking agency that Emory University used to attempt to book Migos, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Octaveon Woods, 26, of Decatur, Ill., was charged Feb. ...

The Emory Police Department (EPD) criminal investigation into the Dooley’s Week 2017 concert booking scam has been turned over to federal investigators, according to EPD Sgt. Alex Mawson. The Wheel reported July 2017 that students had lost $37,500 to a ...

2017 was a disorienting year. Looking back feels like remembering a fever dream — all the details sort of blur together, washing in and out of your mind’s eye, leaving you with little of anything except a weird feeling of ...

The working group formed after following last spring’s Migos booking scam concluded its work late summer 2017 and modified procedures in attempts to prevent a similar incident from occurring again. The modifications require Student Programming Council (SPC) to work with ...

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 ...