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Richard Chess
Executive Editor
[email protected] | Richard Chess (20C) is from Seattle. He served previously at the Wheel as news editor and assistant news editor, covering issues related to the city of Atlanta and broke the news that the Migos scandal cost Emory $37,500. Richard founded Fast Copyediting and Proofreading, an editing service company that connects writers with skilled editors. Previously, he interned for Heritage Wealth Advisors, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services. He enjoys watching the Seattle Mariners lose.

The national headquarters of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) has shut down Emory’s chapter for at least two years for violating the anti-hazing policy, according to a Tuesday University statement to ...

The Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams finished in fourth and fifth place, respectively, at the Midwest Invitational held from Feb. 22 to 23 at the University of ...

Student Government Association (SGA) President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) was impeached and removed from office early Friday in a 10-4 vote. An SGA email said Ma had exercised “abuse of ...

The Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams prevailed in the University Athletic Association (UAA) championship for the 21st consecutive year at a four-day meet held at the University ...

The Office of Student Conduct placed Emory’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) on interim suspension after an incident involving alcohol and possible hazing, according to a Feb. 18 University ...

Incoming Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Enku Gelaye has known she wanted to be a academic administrator since she was a college student. Gelaye, who is replacing Interim ...

Enku Gelaye will serve as Emory’s vice president and dean of Campus Life beginning in August 2019, according to a Feb. 12 University press release. Gelaye will replace Paul Marthers, ...

Former Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) President Joel Sharpe (20B), who was arrested for possession of cocaine, received medical amnesty from Emory’s Office of Student Conduct on Feb. 1, according to ...