Emory Life

In the hushed candlelight of the Michael C. Carlos Museum’s third floor, Ebrik Coffee Room has set up the humble beginnings of its third location in a quaint corner. A ...

In 1993, Jeff Bartos (94C) ran for vice president of Emory’s student government association and won. Twenty-five years later, he won the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. This ...

As students moved onto campus in August, Swoop wasn’t the only bird to help them settle in. Scooter company Bird’s motorized scooters are now a daily part of the bustling ...

“Over easy” refers to preparing eggs such that the white is cooked while the yolk is just barely set to provide the perfect combination of textures. This column, much like ...

The idea of coffee and watermelon might leave a sour taste in your mouth, but Three Heart Roastery makes the combination work at their little shop on the Eastern BeltLine. ...

Within walking distance of the Atlanta Braves’ SunTrust Park, the newly opened El Super Pan at The Battery could look the part of any other casual sports bar. Step inside, ...

Between artisanal tacos and farm-to-table cuisine, the dining options in Ponce City Market (PCM) offer cuisines from myriad countries. But before September, PCM lacked a culinary staple: sushi.  Enter Miso ...

In the wake of widespread allegations of sexual abuse and alleged cover-up by high-ranking Catholic officials in Pennsylvania, one Emory professor proposed for the resignation of all United States bishops, ...

When Doug DeMuro (10C) speaks, his down-to-earth demeanor, casual amiability and lack of pretension seem counterintuitive from a YouTuber with over 2 million subscribers. DeMuro’s optimistic character shines through when ...