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The Student Activity & Academic Center (SAAC) on Clairmont Campus stopped selling $10 single-day guest passes on Monday, in favor of more expensive, longer-term access passes. Individuals who are not associated with Emory now must either purchase a $120 14-visit ...

Beginning in Fall 2019, the Computer Science Department will restructure major requirements and designate courses as either core, foundational or elective classes. The department also changed the necessary prerequisites for courses within the major. A minor in computer science or ...

University professors, campus leaders and Emory students discussed free speech and academic freedom at a conference hosted by Emory Campus Life at the Emory Conference Center from March 21 to 23. About 125 people attended the event. The conference consisted ...

Ben Palmer (18Ox, 20C) won the runoff election against Zion Kidd (21B) on Tuesday to become the next Student Government Association (SGA) president. Palmer earned 958 votes (55.25 percent) and Kidd earned 776 votes (44.75 percent). A total of 1,734 ...

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has been selected to speak at Emory’s Class Day on May 9, according to a March 18 University press release. The student-organized event for graduating seniors will include a presentation of the Boisfeuillet Jones ...

Next semester, Kappa Sigma will move into Alpha Epsilon Pi’s (AEPi) former house at 17 Eagle Row and Media, Literature and Arts Outreach (MLAO) members will move into Kappa Sigma’s current house at 20 Eagle Row, according to Assistant Director ...

Clifton Tower will be renovated and open as a residence hall in Fall 2019, according to a Feb. 27 University press release. The building is located between the Student Health Center and Woodruff Residential Center on Clifton Road. The renovations ...

Racism is still prevalent at many American college campuses, especially in Greek life, author Lawrence Ross said at a Feb. 28 event sponsored by the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL). Speaking to about 75 students in White Hall, ...

Cara Clements (22C) used to be bullied in middle school because she had scoliosis. But after winning several beauty pageants within the Miss America Organization, she has become a vocal advocate for mental health. Clements has spoken at the Georgia ...