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The Student Government Association failed to meet quorum at its Monday night meeting.

In its first attempt at a legislative session, the 52nd legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) rashly violated its Finance Code by considering changes to the distribution of the Student Activities Fee (SAF) without first notifying the student body. ...

Elections Board Vice Chair Andy Xu (20C) resigned from his position on April 4 in the wake of Former Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C)’s forced resignation and a contentious election cycle for the Board. Xu said that he and ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) and Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) celebrated the transition to newly elected leaders on Monday night at the Miller-Ward Alumni House. A brief joint session was held after the new members were inducted. SGA transitioned ...

It was fitting that last week’s contentious Student Government Association (SGA) election coincided with a number of antagonistic social media posts pitting Emory’s Oxford and Atlanta campuses against each other. It is no secret that Oxford continuees are marginalized even ...

Consistency and clarity. Never have two words seemed so simple and yet remained so elusive to our student government and its Elections Board. The past few weeks have been what can only be described as a brouhaha of epic proportions. ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) passed bills on Monday night that amend the Code of Elections by allowing a “No Confidence” option in contested races and clarifying registration requirements for candidates. A bill that calls for ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) passed bills on Monday night that amend the Code of Elections by allowing a “No Confidence” option in contested races and clarifying registration requirements for candidates. A bill that calls for ...

Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C) told the Wheel that she plans to resign from her position after the Constitutional Council recommended she resign or be impeached. In its first case in years, the Constitutional Council upheld incoming College Council ...