Sonam Vashi

“Bittersweet” doesn’t come close to explaining how I feel about leaving Emory. My time here had extreme highs and lows. I met lifelong friends, delved into new academic passions with Emory’s incredible faculty and staff (for free — thanks Courtesy), ...

When A&E Editor Sam Budnyk lambasted hip-hop artist Missy Elliott, writing that he hoped Elliott wouldn’t be “invited back to any more nationally televised events,” I was outraged by his assessment. Clearly, we were watching two different Super Bowl halftime ...

DeKalb Water Main Breaks Parts of DeKalb County experienced low water pressure yesterday as a water main broke in southeast Decatur. University Media Relations Director Elaine Justice sent an all-Emory email advising the Emory community to take “maximum steps necessary ...

It’s been quite a year for Emory. From fraternity suspensions to protests, from Chance the Rapper to the Arab-Israeli Conflict, our University has been buzzing with news and debate. Based on our web analytics (and not based on any editorial ...
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By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor The University has concluded its conduct procedures for two bias incidents, according to a statement from Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair. The full statement is at the bottom of this ...

By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor and Rupsha Basu News Editor Emory students overwhelmingly rejected a referendum that proposed raising the Student Activities Fee (SAF) from $89 to $110 per semester after two days of online voting. More than 4,000 students ...

By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor and Stephen Fowler Assistant News Editor After one month of quiet on Eagle Row, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) unanimously voted to end its self-imposed suspension of social activities in fraternity houses Tuesday night (Dec. 2) ...

By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor A light rail line may provide transit for the Emory community in a few years, linking the University to MARTA and other nearby areas. Currently in its planning stages, the Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative would ...

By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor and Dustin Slade News Editor The University identified the illness that caused 101 students to seek medical treatment as norovirus, a highly contagious virus and the most common cause of acute gastroenteritis and foodborne disease ...