SPC

— Compiled by Brandon Fuhr, Assistant Digital Editor. 

After much anticipation, hip hop artist J. Cole and house music duo The Knocks brought throngs of Emory students together to close Dooley’s Week with their weekend concerts. Hip hop artist J. Cole was nominated for the Best New Artist ...

  As​ Dooley releases students from class, music blares from speakers on Asbury Circle and campus chatter energizes students for this weekend’s J. Cole concert, it is clear Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC) has put on a very successful Dooley’s ...

Former “Saturday Night Live” writer and stand-up comedian John Mulaney drew laughs over stories of his altar boy days, marriage and childhood, as well as suggestions for Wheel headlines and Emory’s mascot, at the Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church Auditorium ...

Over the past four months, 40 Student Programming Council (SPC) members leveraged their entertainment industry connections and a large and undisclosed budget to put together this year’s Dooley’s Week. These 40 members, armed with a chunk of every student’s contribution ...

—Compiled by Brandon Fuhr, Asst. Digital Editor. 

John Mulaney, stand-up comedian and former “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) writer, will give a stand-up performance at Glenn Auditorium on Thursday, March 26 as part of the annual Dooley’s Week event lineup, according to an announcement made by the Student ...

Because she possesses clear, tangible goals and experience as a member of the Student Programming Council (SPC), the Wheel endorses College junior Genevieve Roth for SPC President. Beginning her work with SPC as a freshman representative, Roth, who is running unopposed, is ...