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The Elections Board voted 5-0 against allowing Sania Chandrani (19B) to declare her candidacy for Student Government Association (SGA) president after she missed the March 18 registration deadline, according to Chair of the Elections Board Betty Zhang (20C). The Elections ...

Candidates running for top student government positions spoke about their campaign platforms and answered questions at this year’s Wheel Debates on March 22 in Harland Cinema. Fourteen of 17 candidates looking to lead the Student Government Association (SGA), College Council ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a March 19 town hall to discuss Bill 51sl58, which lowers the number of graduate student representatives on the Constitutional Council from eight to four to reflect last year’s student ...

The Elections Board upheld Student Government Association (SGA) Chief of Staff Mario Karras’ (17Ox, 19B) candidacy for SGA president in a 6-0 decision after he failed to declare his candidacy by the deadline, according to Chair of the Elections Board ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) granted $9,727.50 in funding to student organizations Monday night. In total, groups requested $14,168.90, but SGA did not fully fund the requests because the legislature was trying to limit spending. SGA ...

To students who want to know who their Student Government Association (SGA) or Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) representatives are, good luck. SGA’s OrgSync and website are both woefully out of date, listing multiple members who are no longer active ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) funded $345 for “For the Kids Week,” an event organized by Camp Kesem, Emory Miracle and Kappa Sigma fraternity, and recognized “Thankserving” as an annual SGA initiative at Monday night’s legislative ...

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 ...