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Seven poets shared stories filled with emotion, metaphor and creativity in their slam poetry performances at Poetic Justice V on Sept. 6. The event was the fifth in a series ...

The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book (Rose) Library plans to open its exhibit, “Building Emory’s African American Collections: Highlights from the Curatorial Career of Randall K. Burkett,” ...

University organist and Music Professor Timothy Albrecht’s performance of “Bach Live-Lier!” on Sept. 9 transformed the vast Emerson Concert Hall into an intimate gathering of friends and fans of classical ...

Corin Hardy’s “The Nun,” the latest installment in “The Conjuring” franchise, delivers atmosphere and dread in spades, but fails to fulfill its potential by realizing any meaningful scares. Put simply, ...

Acceptance into one of Emory’s eight a cappella groups is highly selective, and those who audition can find themselves amid an intense process. Singing for a crowd is already intimidating ...

You might be able to beat the heat, but you won’t be able to defeat the sweet beats we’re laying at your feet. That’s right — the associate editors, associated ...

Ever since Epic Games added a battle royale mode to “Fortnite” in September 2017, the game has taken over the world — more than 100 million players have logged hours ...

This summer, moviegoers took part in an annual ritual, flocking to theaters for entertainment, emotional experiences and an escape from the heat. As usual, caped crusaders and franchise fare dominated ...

Starting in the mid-2000s, the Mumblecore movement was seen by critics as the future of American independent cinema. Its films were made on shoestring budgets, emphasizing dialogue and character relationships ...