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Recently, University President Claire E. Sterk has increased her public appearances around campus. Though Sterk told the Wheel last year that she planned to be “60 to 70 percent externally ...

During a March 30 Elections Board hearing to address electoral misconduct challenges against two Student Government Association (SGA) presidential candidates, students took issue with the Wheel’s publication of complainants’ names, ...

The Spring 2018 Student Government Association (SGA) elections have been plagued by myriad issues, including changes in the date of the SGA presidential run-off; confusion over students’ voting status; unequal ...

“I’m shooting up the school. Tomorrow. Stay in your rooms. The ones on the quad are the ones who will go first.” Only a few years ago, an Oxford College ...

Non-traditional Emory University students who are at least 25 could soon be eligible to receive financial relief via the HOPE Scholarship. Emory should take steps to support legislation to make ...

To students who want to know who their Student Government Association (SGA) or Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) representatives are, good luck. SGA’s OrgSync and website are both woefully out ...

Some students have expressed disappointment in response to the University’s recent announcement that Dollar Shave Club founder Michael Dubin (01C) is this year’s commencement speaker. While Dubin appeals as both ...

While Emory students and employees must travel and commute in a city whose traffic ranks among the most congested in the world, some relief may be on the way. Two ...

Although the University implemented its new Zero Landfill Waste policy in an attempt to go green, the policy’s execution has been less than satisfactory. Last month on behalf of Campus ...