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After the College and Laney Graduate School announced a series of shutdowns and suspensions last Friday, many students and faculty demanded to know about the specific criteria used to determine ...

Emory will become one of 33 universities worldwide this spring to offer massive open online courses (MOOCs), the University announced Wednesday. Coursera, a social entrepreneurship company, partners with universities – ...

While rumors regarding the shutdown of more departments continue to spread through campus, several have turned out to be false. The Department of French and Italian and the Department of ...

After College Dean Robin Forman’s letter appeared in email inboxes across campus Friday afternoon, The Emory Wheel was not the only news organization eager for an explanation. Media outlets across ...

Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta (ECMSA), the largest chamber music society in the southeast, received a $1 million challenge grant from the Abraham J. and Phyllis Katz Foundation. The ...

College junior Victor Vinh Charles Le, remembered by his classmates for his determination and caring nature, died last week. He was 20. As reported in a Sept. 18 Wheel article, ...

Against a backdrop of political tensions between the People’s Republic of China and the Tibetan Government-in-Exile, a handful of students from Chinese and Tibetan backgrounds formed an organization last spring ...

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will implement a new communications team this fall, which will focus on spreading Emory information to prospective students around the world through social media. John ...

A new blog titled “Stop the Cuts at Emory” is aggregating media coverage, event updates and other information regarding the recent departmental changes. Flyers protesting the changes as well as ...