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[email protected] | Emily Sullivan (18C) is from Blue Bell, Pa., majoring in international studies and minoring in ethics. She served most recently as news editor. Last summer, she interned with Atlanta Magazine. Emily dances whenever she can and is interested in the relationship between journalism and human rights issues.

Bon Appetit employees at Emory University voted 132-52 against unionizing Feb. 2. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) must certify the results, which can take up to a week, Bon ...

An online campaign seeks to help Anne Chumbow (19PH) remain at Emory University and reside legally in the United States as she attempts to raise nearly $30,000 in outstanding tuition ...

Emory Emergency Medical Services (EEMS) has temporarily stopped responding to 911 calls in an effort to train volunteers in compliance with updated protocols and technologies, according to EEMS Director Rachel ...

In June, Duncan Hilchey wrote a note to all the friends and family of his 20-year-old son Tom Hilchey (16Ox, 18C), who died earlier that summer. Duncan Hilchey reminded them ...

UPDATE (8/30/17 at 11:33 a.m.): This article has been updated to reflect Emory’s statement on the vote delay. A Sept. 5 vote to approve Emory University’s petition for annexation into ...

Tom Hilchey (16OX, 18C), an impulsively curious neuroscience student who exuded joy and compassion, was pronounced brain dead Sunday after he fell off of a back porch railing in Ithaca, ...

Emory alumnus John Herbers (49C), a former New York Times correspondent who embarked on a near 40-year career of profiling civil rights greats and detailing government scandals following his time ...

An amendment to a proposed state bill could mark the IDs of some legal Georgia residents who are not U.S. citizens with the term “noncitizen.” After a 4-3 Committee of ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) will split into two autonomous graduate and undergraduate branches following the passage of a University-wide referendum by a vote of 3,773 to 364 Tuesday night. ...