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Madison Bober
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[email protected] | Madison Bober (21C) is from Hollywood, Fla., majoring in political science and minoring in women’s, gender and sexuality studies. In addition to the Wheel, she is an undergraduate research fellow at Emory’s Center for Law and Social Science, a member of Pi Sigma Alpha and the Emory College Honor Council.

During a two-day visit to Atlanta, Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) said on Thursday that his campaign will not focus on attacking U.S. President Donald J. ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Board convened on Tuesday night to hear complaints from former Black Student Alliance (BSA) President Imani Brooks (20C) regarding alleged electoral misconduct in BSA’s ...

NPR local Atlanta radio station WABE’s history podcast “Buried Truths,” hosted by Professor of Practice Hank Klibanoff, has been nominated for a Peabody Award. The nomination followed a unanimous vote ...

Ben Palmer (18Ox, 20C) won the runoff election against Zion Kidd (21B) on Tuesday to become the next Student Government Association (SGA) president. Palmer earned 958 votes (55.25 percent) and ...

Ben Palmer (18Ox, 20C) and Zion Kidd (21B) will compete in a runoff election to become the next Student Government Association (SGA) president, according to election results released by Elections ...

An Emory student, whose attempts to vote in the 2018 gubernatorial election were hindered by Georgia’s exact-match laws, is joining a legal effort to challenge Georgia’s electoral laws. Ben Lefkowitz ...

The nail-biting race between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams was too close to call as of Wednesday at 5 p.m., according to the Associated Press. Kemp declared victory ...

A new Campus Life Center (CLC) on Emory’s Oxford campus is set to be completed by January 2019, adding a central space for students, according to Oxford College Dean of ...

Student Government Association (SGA) President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C)’s investigation into College Council (CC) spending was terminated in a “near-unanimous” vote by his executive board over the summer, according to ...