Ninad Kulkarni

Republican Brad Raffensperger won in the runoff election for Georgia secretary of state on Nov. 4, defeating Democratic nominee John Barrow. Raffensperger received 51.97 percent of the vote and Barrow received 48.03 percent by press time, according to the Georgia ...

After the U.S. Department of Education announced revised campus sexual assault guidelines on Nov. 16, top Emory administrative offices are trying to assess the impact and the University Senate hopes to gather feedback from community members. The revised guidelines allow ...

Harvard Diversity Suit Closes Arguments Students for Fair Admissions and Harvard University (Mass.) delivered closing arguments in the Harvard diversity lawsuit on Nov. 2. Both parties have said they would appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court. Federal District Court ...

Students can now purchase Dooley Dollars in increments of $25 instead of $75. The minimum amount was lowered on Nov. 6. Previously, students who have existing meal plans could only add Dooley Dollars in denominations of $75. The change could ...

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Resigns Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned on Nov. 7, according to The New York Times. According to his resignation letter, Sessions resigned after President Donald J. Trump requested him to step down. Trump selected ...

Civil rights lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson and former death row inmate Anthony Ray Hinton spoke of inequities in the criminal justice system and the experience of being on death row at the Glenn Memorial Church on Oct. 26. About ...

CEO and President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Raphael Bostic discussed his role as an economic leader in a contentious political environment and the consequences of the 2008 financial crisis on Monday. About 280 students and faculty attended ...

Emory is not taking action in wake of The New York Times report that the U.S. Department of Education is reportedly preparing to revise Title IX guidelines regarding how sexual misconduct cases are handled on college campuses, according to Emory’s ...