Student Government

UPDATE (10/4/18 at 5:17 p.m.): Emory’s Student Government Association has disabled access to their website.  Emory’s Student Government Association website is, in its own words, an embarrassment. There is no way to view active representatives. Those seeking to get involved ...

Before I joined College Council as a first-year legislator in August 2017, I was under the impression that student government existed as one of those arbitrary entities that held random, poorly attended programs, chartered clubs and didn’t do much else. ...

Emory’s student government has yet again found itself amid an ethical quandary: Jane Wang (22C), a Constitutional Council associate justice, was also elected to serve as a College Council freshman representative. Though nothing in SGA’s constitution explicitly prohibits students from ...

Last year’s spring election for College Council and the Student Government Association (SGA) saw chaos and incompetence on behalf of the Elections Board, which ultimately led to the resignations of Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C) and Vice Chair Andy ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) and Campus Life’s continued attempts to obfuscate public information regarding student funds are a disservice to the Emory undergraduate student body. If SGA President Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) genuinely wants to meet the high standards ...

Candidates running for top student government positions spoke about their campaign platforms and answered questions at this year’s Wheel Debates on March 22 in Harland Cinema. Fourteen of 17 candidates looking to lead the Student Government Association (SGA), College Council ...

To students who want to know who their Student Government Association (SGA) or Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) representatives are, good luck. SGA’s OrgSync and website are both woefully out of date, listing multiple members who are no longer active ...

The current Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Code for electing presidents and executive vice presidents is ambiguous and illogical. Last year, it led to a confusing election ballot on which people voted for SGA president and executive vice president twice ...

Removing joint candidacy in the Student Government Association (SGA) executive elections is illogical and will lead to disjointed leadership and inefficient legislating. Bill 51sl40, which legislators will vote on during Monday’s meeting, would eliminate joint tickets and joint campaigning in ...