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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 ...

The College is seeking to hire at least three professors with a background in “contemporary Latinx studies” by Fall 2019. The search process comes after students in the Spring 2018 “Latino/a Civil Rights Movement” class sent an April letter to ...

Campus Life is scrambling to replace senior administrators in the Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE) after Director Jade Turner and Associate Director Tiffany Del Valle quit their positions. Turner, who came to Emory in January from the University ...

Members of the College Dean’s Student Advisory Board are pushing for a periodic social gathering for College students called a “College Recess.” The proposal was discussed at a Sept. 21 Student Advisory Board meeting, a forum held with College Dean ...

Law Professor Paul J. Zwier II, who was suspended from teaching after he said the N-word in an Aug. 23 class, will not teach mandatory first-year courses for two years, according to a Sept. 18 letter from Law School Dean ...

Several students living in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity house, Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity house and Woodruff Residential Center have contracted hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD). Emory University Student Health Services (EUSHS) received 11 cases as of Sept. 15, EUSHS ...

Student Government Association (SGA) President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C)’s investigation into College Council (CC) spending was terminated in a “near-unanimous” vote by his executive board over the summer, according to SGA VP of Communications Tiffany Haas (19C). Ma announced the ...

An Emory School of Law professor is under investigation after he said a racial slur in a class lecture to first-year law students. The University is reviewing an incident in which Professor Paul J. Zwier II used the N-word on ...