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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 Delta Delta Delta.

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 ...

U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) is the latest high-profile figure to visit Emory’s campus as part of student group Young Democrats of Emory’s attempts to increase college student participation in ...

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 ...

Singer Aretha Franklin, known as the “Queen of Soul,” died at her home in Detroit Thursday morning, according to The Associated Press. Franklin was 76. Franklin’s career spanned over 50 ...

A Fulton County judge issued a temporary injunction on Friday blocking the expansion of Atlanta Public Schools (APS) boundaries, which was part of Emory’s annexation into Atlanta. Prior to the ...

University President Claire E. Sterk released a Tuesday statement expressing disappointment in the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban and vowed to “ensure that Emory’s ...

The DeKalb County School District (DCSD) is suing Atlanta to invalidate Emory’s annexation into the city, which cost the school district about $2.5 million in property tax revenue. DCSD alleges ...