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Madison Bober
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[email protected] | Madison Bober (21C) is from Hollywood, Fla., and plans to double major in political science and women’s gender and sexuality studies. In addition to the Wheel, Madison serves on the Women’s Leadership Board at the Center for Women at Emory. She also drinks immense amounts of hot chocolate.

Sandor Named Emory Communications Director David B. Sandor has been appointed as Emory’s senior vice president of communications and public affairs and began working on March 19, according to a ...

Candidates running for top student government positions spoke about their campaign platforms and answered questions at this year’s Wheel Debates on March 22 in Harland Cinema. Fourteen of 17 candidates ...

On Feb. 12 at 9:21 a.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding unauthorized interference with a parked vehicle. The complainant, an Emory employee, reported that he parked ...

Math, Computer Science Departments Not Consulted in Transfer Credit Cuts Emory erroneously announced a decision to no longer accept credit for IB Computer Science when it revamped the Test Credit ...

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that she has never felt like she has “completely belonged,” pointing to the need for diversity on the Supreme Court in her ...

Sotomayor’s Emory Visit Rescheduled to Feb. 6 A discussion for Emory Law students by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has been rescheduled for Feb. 6 at Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Sotomayor ...

Emory first-year students may soon be required to fulfill a new general education requirement centered around educating students about diversity. A faculty senate of the Emory College of Arts and ...

The Robert P. Apkarian Integrated Electron Microscopy Core (IECM) facility at Cherry Logan Emerson Hall is expanding to the O. Wayne Rollins Research Center, according to Assistant Dean of Research ...

The U.S. House of Representatives GOP tax plan would make graduate school less affordable for some students and tax some university endowment returns and could cause Emory to lose millions ...