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Emory University is searching for a new chaplain and dean of spiritual and religious life. A search advisory committee, created in November 2018, plans to form a three-candidate shortlist for ...

With news ranging from student government elections to former Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s successful bid for governor, 2018 was a year of fresh political activism on campus. Emory ...

Edward Jenner Wood III, chair of the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, and Sarah Beth Brown (89B), global customer director at The Coca-Cola Company, have been elected to Emory’s Board of ...

Emory University, including Oxford College, will delay opening on Tuesday until 10 a.m. due to inclement weather, according to a Monday night all-Emory email. North Georgia is expected to develop ...

Boba Theory, a drinks shop, is set to open at Emory Point on Dec. 19, according to owner Hien Huynh. Boba Theory’s first and only other location is in Morrow, ...

Students in some Japanese 101 classes are facing an unusual decision when taking their exams: “hold it in” or lose 10 percent of their exam score. “If he/she has to ...

Emory College of Arts and Sciences is implementing digital course evaluations this semester. The previous evaluation process was outdated because evaluation papers were often misplaced or crumpled and needed labor ...

Confused about the SGA audit and its potential impacts? The Wheel broke it down: What did SGA audit? SGA commissioned a committee to collect data on undergraduate student club participation ...

Republican Brad Raffensperger won in the runoff election for Georgia secretary of state on Nov. 4, defeating Democratic nominee John Barrow. Raffensperger received 51.97 percent of the vote and Barrow ...