All posts by "Richard Chess"

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[email protected] | Richard Chess (20C) is from Seattle, planning to major in business. He previously served as assistant news editor, covering issues related to the city of Atlanta and broke the news that the Migos scandal cost Emory $37,500. This past summer, he interned for Heritage Wealth Advisors, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. He previously served as president of Complex Hall Council and enjoys watching the Mariners lose.

A.J. Burgess has received a vital kidney transplant about two months after its controversial delay, according to family attorney Mawuli Davis. The kidney of a recently deceased anonymous organ donor ...

Emory Healthcare has apologized for “a breakdown in communication” with the family of A.J. Burgess, 2, whose kidney transplant has been delayed by Emory University Hospital (EUH). The apology followed ...

An Emory security and fire report released Sept. 29 reveals a significant decrease in drug and liquor law violation disciplinary referrals in 2016. Emory released the 2017 Annual Security Report, ...

Three individuals attempting to open and steal from cars in Oxford College’s Haygood Hall parking lot triggered a “shelter in place” alert early Wednesday morning, according to an Emory Police ...

Emory is expected to be annexed into Atlanta after a settlement was reached between DeKalb County and Atlanta, resolving objections from the county that delayed the annexation process. The settlement ...

When a national headquarters investigation into Emory’s chapter of Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta) began, members were presented with two options: relinquish membership or undergo a membership review, according to ...

An internet outage this past weekend caused widespread connectivity issues for users on Emory Wi-Fi networks, including EmoryUnplugged and EmoryGuest. The issues began early Friday, Sept. 8, and continued for ...

The national headquarters of Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta) has placed Emory’s chapter on probation and ceased all chapter activity, according to a Sept. 1 statement sent to the Wheel ...

Student Governance Services (SGS) is no longer allowing deposit payments to vendors following the phony Migos concert booking that cost Emory $37,500, according to SGA adviser Lisa Loveall. “We don’t ...