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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Octaveon Woods, the man who orchestrated the Spring 2017 scam that cost Emory $37,500, was sentenced on Friday to almost four years in federal prison, according to the Associated Press. Woods pleaded guilty to wire fraud in the spring in ...

SGA President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) told the Wheel on Tuesday night that he does not plan to sue the paper for defamation after he threatened legal action earlier this month. Ma said he would pursue legal action against the ...

“A toxic sense of exclusion” is how Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) leadership and EPC chapter presidents described Sigma Chi’s choice to only include four of the eight EPC sororities on T-shirts promoting its Derby Days events. The annual fundraiser, held ...

Three members of The Emory Wheel were selected as finalists for two of the 2017 Mark of Excellence Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). News Editor Alex Klugerman (20B) and Executive Editor Richard Chess (20C) were one of ...

Although the Student Government Association (SGA) Spring elections normally go off without a hitch, this year’s races were riddled with an unprecedented amount of controversy. The SGA presidential election, which saw Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) prevail with 76.54 percent of ...

A photo of Professor Micheal Giles and former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter sits atop Giles’ bookshelf in the office he’s called home for the past 25 years, a captured moment that reflects his work with leaders of ...