Wheel Constitution Amended, Editorial Board Restructured

Eighteen members of The Emory Wheel’s editorial board voted Monday on three amendments to the newspaper’s current constitution. The amendments address the Wheel’s internal structure and ethical considerations. Amendments one and three passed unanimously, while amendment two passed with one abstention. “Our current editorial structure brings into account some ethical issues” said Zak Hudak, College [...]

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Emory Women Receive Women of Excellence Awards

Last Thursday during the Women of Excellence Awards, the Emory Alumni Association (EAA) and Emory’s Center for Women acknowledged female university staff and alumni who have performed extraordinary feats in the past year. “Tonight we celebrate the women you are, the women in your lives, the women you seek to emulate and the women you [...]

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SGA Votes to Promote Inclusivity, Increase Effectiveness Internally

  The 49th Legislature of the Emory Student Government Association (SGA) met Monday to change the wording and structure of key SGA documents in order to promote inclusivity and increase effectiveness between legislators. SGA members first discussed Bill 49sl21, which changed all gender binary pronouns to "they," "their" or "them" in the Standing Rules of SGA, the Code of SGA, the Finance Code, [...]

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Atwood Grand Opening Celebrates New High-Tech Facility

After renovations were completed this fall, the grand opening of the Sanford S. Atwood Chemistry Center took place on Saturday, Sept. 26 during Homecoming weekend. The event featured a dedication with remarks from University President James W. Wagner and Emory College Dean Robin Forman as well as a ribbon “explosion.” Around a hundred alumni, benefactors and contributors came [...]

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