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Following Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC)’s announcement that Atlanta-based hip-hop trio Migos will headline Dooley’s Week 2017, the more than 30 students that The Emory Wheel interviewed expressed widespread support for SPC’s selection. Booking Migos was based in large part ...
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 ...
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Emory’s Elections Board released its results last night for this year’s student government elections, appointing College junior Max Zoberman as Student Government Association (SGA) president, College junior Molly Zhu as College Council (CC) president and Goizueta Business School junior Ria ...
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Comedy and political correctness are at odds in today’s entertainment industry. Many comedians have vocalized their dismay at how “PC” or “politically correct” particular audiences, especially college students, are these days. Take, for example, Jerry Seinfeld, famous for his clean ...
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The Grammy award-winning folk rock duo — and Emory alumnae — the Indigo Girls will perform for the 2015 Emory Homecoming concert. The concert, which will take place on Saturday, Sept. 26 on McDonough Field, is one of the many festivities planned to celebrate Emory’s 100th year in ...
J. Cole. Photo by Hagar Elsayed | Photo Editor

After much anticipation, hip hop artist J. Cole and house music duo The Knocks brought throngs of Emory students together to close Dooley’s Week with their weekend concerts. Hip hop artist J. Cole was nominated for the Best New Artist ...
Former SNL writer and stand-up comedian John Mulaney performed at Emory on Thursday Night in Glenn Auditorium as part of the annual Dooley’s Week celebrations organized by the Student Programming Council (SPC). | Photo by Hagar Elsayed.

Former “Saturday Night Live” writer and stand-up comedian John Mulaney drew laughs over stories of his altar boy days, marriage and childhood, as well as suggestions for Wheel headlines and Emory’s mascot, at the Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church Auditorium ...
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Over the past four months, 40 Student Programming Council (SPC) members leveraged their entertainment industry connections and a large and undisclosed budget to put together this year’s Dooley’s Week. These 40 members, armed with a chunk of every student’s contribution ...
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—Compiled by Brandon Fuhr, Asst. Digital Editor.