All posts by "Namrata Susan Verghese"

“When I went through formal recruitment, I was honestly terrified that fraternities would not extend bids to me because of my sexual orientation,” said College senior Matty Simon. As a ...

For the first time in decades, colleges across the nation have come together to completely revamp the college application process. To simplify the process and render it more accessible to ...

Dr. Mark Risjord is an Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Emory College of Arts and Sciences and has a faculty appointment in the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. ...

 Like many others, College freshman Laura Briggs was starstruck on last Wednesday by simply being in the same building as former President of the United States Jimmy Carter. “I felt famous by association,” she wrote in ...

For College freshman Rachel Chon, being called a “freshman” was something she assumed was a rite of passage. Complex Hall Vice President and College freshman Elena Margarella, on the other ...

With the passage of the historic June 26 Supreme Court marriage equality ruling, which declared same-sex marriage a constitutional right across the United States, some employers are now rethinking the ...