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Emory Life Editor
[email protected] | Niraj Naik (20C) is from Twinsburg, Ohio, and plans to major in business administration and political science. His areas of interest include the opioid epidemic, immigration policy and formal analysis of Atlanta’s best tacos.

Former Emeritus Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Economics Richard Muth, a pioneer in the field of urban economics, died on April 10 at 90-years-old after battling gallbladder cancer, chronic obstructive ...

The DUC-ling, notorious for mediocre vegetarian and vegan options, made a surprise move when it supported Interdisciplinary Studies major Isaac Goldman (19C) in his environmental  initiative to test the Beyond ...

A stark black background. Big red letters. One speaker, centerstage. This is the classic recipe for TEDxEmory speeches. However, none of these elements were present at the quiet, intimate setting ...

Campus Life Center (CLC) construction worker Michigan Moses Goldsby likened his daily routine to going hunting — one of a few analogies he often makes about his life. “You [have ...

With less than a week remaining until everyone’s least favorite romantic holiday, it’s probably time to think about what to do with your significant other for this year’s Valentine Day. ...

  When I came to Emory, I vowed to take advantage of Atlanta’s thriving cultural scene. I was going to go to comedy clubs, meet people from all walks of ...

Everyone loves a good taco. But like some catfishers on Tinder, taco places often leave you with a haphazard, loosely constructed meal — a meal that forces you to find ...

As someone who eagerly anticipated the opening of the DUC-ling, I was curious to see what Bon Appetit had decided to change and what it had decided to keep. While ...

The Wheel sat down with Editor-in-Chief and College senior Zak Hudak at the end of his term to discover his deepest, darkest secrets. A philosophy major, Hudak joined the Wheel ...