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University President Claire E. Sterk, with 47 other college presidents, signed a letter Feb. 2 denouncing President Donald J. Trump’s recent executive order on immigration. Sterk’s endorsement of the letter, which deemed the order a threat “to both American higher ...

“I feel devastated,” Emory University School of Medicine Cardiology Fellow Heval Mohamed Kelli said when asked about his reaction to President Donald J. Trump’s executive order on immigration. “I would’ve never been able to do today what I did 15 ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) will split into two autonomous graduate and undergraduate branches following the passage of a University-wide referendum by a vote of 3,773 to 364 Tuesday night. Legislators will now serve on either the Student Government Association ...

A proposed state bill (HB51) could alter Emory’s sexual assault investigation process and require Georgia universities to turn over investigation of crimes committed on campus to police if passed in the Georgia legislature. State Rep. Earl Ehrhart (R-Powder Springs) introduced ...

Emory University will not declare itself a “sanctuary campus” but will continue supporting undocumented students, according to a Jan. 18 all-Emory email from Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Stuart Zola and Senior Vice President and Dean ...

Fraternities Delta Tau Delta (DTD) and Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) will both live in the 15 Eagle Row house during the 2017-18 academic year, according to Marlon Gibson, director of sorority and fraternity life. DTD and SigEp agreed to share ...

This interview was by Zak Hudak, Julia Munslow, Elana Cates and Annie Cohen. This interview was transcribed by Michelle Lou. In her first four months as Emory University’s 20th president, President Claire E. Sterk faced a U.S. presidential election that ...

In two weeks, students will vote on a bill that could split the Student Government Association (SGA) into autonomous undergraduate and graduate branches. The bill is in an effort to remedy concerns that graduate students were not receiving proportional representation ...

The hardest question Cornell William Brooks has ever been asked at the NAACP is this: “If a man was willing to die for the right to vote, why can’t we vote and fight for the right to vote?” The NAACP ...