All posts by "Lauren Balotin"

Lauren is an Environmental Science and Media Studies double major from Braselton, Georgia. She is a staff writer for the Emory Wheel, a member of Pi Beta Phi, president of Emory Running Club and a member of the Emory Environment Senate Committee. In her free time, she likes to play with her four dogs, including one named Kat!

Emory Campus Services spent between $200,000 to $300,000 to purchase new waste bins and signs to comply with Emory’s new waste management policy, which will be implemented January 2018, according ...

Using ant venom, Emory and Case Western Reserve University (Ohio) researchers have discovered a potential treatment for psoriasis, a common autoimmune skin disease. Fire ant venom contains solenopsin, an organic ...

Scharf, Bender-Bier Appointed to CC Adam Scharf (18C) and Diana Bender-Bier (18C) were appointed College Council (CC) senior legislators through an unanimous vote by legislators, according to a Sept. 28 ...

Several Emory physicians provided aid to individuals injured during Hurricane Maria. Emory School of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine deployed eight faculty members and physicians to assist patients injured during ...

In 2014, the U.S. health care system was “not at all prepared” for an outbreak like Ebola, but Emory still took in four patients in hopes of successfully treating them, ...

Decatur Votes to Remove Confederate Monuments The Decatur City Commission voted Sept. 18 to support efforts to take down a Confederate monument built in 1908 that stands in Decatur Square, ...

Emory’s first Truman scholarship recipient since 2011, Chelsea Jackson (18C) was one of 62 students nationwide to receive the award, Director of the National Scholarships and Fellowships Program Megan Friddle ...

Emory has appointed the first-ever chief of staff for the Office of the President. Michael Kloss assumed his new role April 1, after University President Claire E. Sterk created the ...

In light of the recent comparisons between Hitler and Trump, students are researching and documenting the first 100 days of Hitler’s position as chancellor of Germany from Jan. 30, 1933 ...