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As construction finishes on the Emory Student Center (ESC) and the blue fences retreat, renovations promise a wealth of innovative new spaces across campus. The Wheel spoke with Vice President ...

Indie-pop bands AJR, Prinze George and duo Matt and Kim attracted an audience of 2,050 to McDonough Field for the 2019 Dooley’s Ball on Saturday night, according to Student Programming ...

The Georgia legislature passed a bill on March 29 banning abortions upon the detection of a fetal heartbeat, which typically occurs after six weeks of pregnancy. The bill is expected ...

College Council (CC) temporarily stopped Black Student Alliance (BSA) operational activities and is intervening in the organization’s Spring 2019 elections following several anonymous complaints to CC about electoral and financial ...

The Honor Council found an upperclassman in a humanities course responsible for cheating on an exam. The student was permitted to take the exam later than the rest of the ...

NPR local Atlanta radio station WABE’s history podcast “Buried Truths,” hosted by Professor of Practice Hank Klibanoff, has been nominated for a Peabody Award. The nomination followed a unanimous vote ...

Five months ago, the University began an investigation into Emory Law Professor Paul J. Zwier II, who allegedly used the N-word on two separate occasions in front of students. As ...

“I’ve found my voice, and I now recognize that my story is important,” Willi Freire (19B) said during an April 3 panel event hosted by student group Emory’s Undocumented Students ...

Carrie Mae Weems, a photographer and video installation artist, spoke about inspiration and style appropriation in modern art in an April 8 lecture at the Glenn Memorial Auditorium. In the ...