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The 52nd Student Government Association (SGA) convened Monday night to vote against a bill that sought to reduce Student Activity Fee (SAF) funding for College Council (CC) and increase funding for BBA Council and Emory Student Nurses Association (ESNA). SGA ...

Former Emory Law student Juan Pablo Alforja Castiella is no longer facing multiple rape charges after a judge dismissed all charges at a preliminary hearing on Wednesday. Alforja Castiella was charged with rape, aggravated sodomy and sexual battery after a ...

The 52nd Student Government Association (SGA) convened on Monday night to hear the club participation audit committee’s final report. SGA also discussed a bill proposed by SGA BBA Liason Geoffrey Tseng (19B) and BBA Council President Jay Krishnaswamy (16Ox, 19B) ...

Graduate students are asking to expand the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library (WHSCL) hours to 24-hours and limit access to undergraduate students during finals. The University Senate unanimously supported opening the WHSCL 24/7 after Samuel Maidman (20M), president of the ...

Emory may contribute nearly $60 million in “land and operational investment” to develop the Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Emory is proposing to donate 10 acres of land along Clifton Road worth $25.5 million and ...

Emory Law Professor Paul J. Zwier II, who was briefly suspended from teaching for saying the N-word in class in August, has been placed on administrative leave after the University received multiple reports that he recently repeated the same racial ...

The 52nd legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened on Monday night to discuss potential impeachment proceedings for SGA President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) in wake of Ma’s decision to fire former SGA Chief of Staff Ben Palmer (18Ox, ...

Cox Hall Food Court is scheduled to open on weekends between 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Nov. 10 to the end of the semester, as a pilot program, according to Director of Campus Dining Chad Sunstein. Cox Convenience Corner, ...

College Council (CC) began restricting access to legislative meetings and redacting bills after the Wheel started regularly reporting on its weekly meetings this semester. ‘Executive Session’ To bar public observation of an Oct. 10 legislative meeting, CC voted to enter ...