All posts by "Sarah Husain"

Emory’s transportation department will choose between two companies to take over the parking service contract that expires Aug. 31. The department hopes to choose a provider this summer to leave time to finalize ...

Nearly 50 students gathered in Winship Ballroom on Tuesday for a discussion with campus administration on Title IX, a national policy that requires federally funded institutions to protect against sex discrimination. Carolyn Livingston, senior associate vice president of the Division ...

Just a few hours after the Division of Campus Life and the Office of the Provost released a survey on Tuesday, March 31 on the University’s sexual misconduct policy and ...

“How do we move from #Ferguson to actual tangible freedom?” Nineteen-year-old Atlanta resident and social activist Elle Lucier asked a room of 45 students that question in the Mathematics and ...

Kenneth Cole, an American fashion designer and social activist, will be this year’s speaker at Class Day, a ceremony for the baccalaureate graduates from Emory College, Goizueta Business School, Nell ...

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the late Whitney Houston’s only child, remains in a medically-induced coma at Emory University Hospital. The 21-year-old was found facedown and unresponsive in her suburban Atlanta townhouse’s ...

A new Cliff Shuttle schedule discontinued the NightOwl, extended service on the C Route to 12:30 a.m. and added one additional SafeRide bus from Thursday through Sunday, the result of ...

With heart disease, doctors often encourage patients to cut down on their daily salt intake, especially the elderly. But a new study from Emory University shows that salt intake is ...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognized Emory for its 2015 Community Engagement Classification along with 239 other universities in the country this past weekend. Recognized for the ...