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College-wide Representative Will Palmer (18C) discusses the restructure bill, which he authored, at a Feb. 27 Student Government Association (SGA) meeting. / Michelle Lou, News Editor

  About 2.2 percent of the Emory undergraduate student body voted in the undergraduate-wide referendum on the Student Government Association (SGA) restructure bill, which passed 133-36 Wednesday night, according to Brendan Moriarty, OrgSync information systems coordinator. The restructure bill amends ...

In the aftermath of the Student Government Association (SGA) split, several top SGA officials have issued conflicting interpretations of the state of its constitution both in SGA meetings and interviews with the Wheel. The Wheel spoke to top SGA representatives ...

With the University-wide referendum to split the Student Government Association (SGA) into autonomous undergraduate and graduate branches less than a week away, the majority of undergraduate students The Emory Wheel interviewed were either unaware of or indifferent to the vote, ...

The 50th legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday night to discuss the draft of a bill to split the current SGA into the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) and the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA). The bill ...

The 50th Legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday and discussed two separate proposals for legislative changes to address graduate student concerns in SGA. One proposal would change the structure of SGA, and the other would change SGA’s ...