Emory Life

When she was just 15 years old, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at New York University G. Gabrielle Starr (93C) left her hometown of Tallahassee, Fla., to ...

With a coffee shop on one side and a cat-visiting lounge on the other, Java Cats Cafe allows the local Atlanta cat lover to get both their caffeine fix and ...

Thanks to the influence of my vegetarian roommate, I have been well exposed to some of the terrible vegetarian restaurant options around Atlanta. But Green Sprout was a pleasant surprise, ...

Although she was born with only six fingers in total and asymmetrical arms, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson admitted it took her decades to think of herself as disabled. Growing up with a ...
Minho Cho (19B) (Far Right) translates for American and South Korean military officials during his two years of required military service as a South Korean citizen. Courtesy of Minho Cho

Harrison Kwon (14OX, 18B) went from having one roommate to 55 when he joined the Republic of Korea Armed Forces after completing his sophomore year at Oxford College. “I still ...

For Visiting Assistant Professor Isabella Alexander , a normal day in Morocco consists of scavenging dump sites for food scraps and hiding film in the soles of her shoes. At ...

Before coming to Emory, I grew up in South Florida, a region affectionately nicknamed New York City’s “Sixth Borough.” That nickname is most easily recognized in our food. When there ...

While Emory students often make quips about curing Ebola, Rostam Zafari’s (17C) work is no joke. Within the first month of his college career, he had already formed a team ...

It’s been an interesting Dooley’s Week, with the forced conformity to the Student Programming Council’s (SPC) Dooley’s Galaxy theme, the apocalyptic rainstorms and the unprecedented decency of the Ty Dolla ...