Emory Life

Fernando Valverde, Visiting Professor | Ruth Reyes/Photo Editor

Visiting Professor Fernando Valverde doesn’t speak fluent English, but he said working through that barrier yields a deeper connection with his students. Valverde, whose most recent book, titled “The Insistence ...

Residents at Woodruff Residential Center are used to seeing College senior Rudy Oku around their hall, where he works as a Resident Advisor. However, not many of them know about ...

With the Spring semester reaching its halfway point, one of the most hyped sources of excitement is imminent: Spring Break. From relaxing visits home to the “plan to visit Cancun” ...
The spicy and sour green mango chaat is texturally rich and moderately spicy, making the sweet thickness of the mango lassi an optimal accompaniment for the dish. | Alisha Compton/Emory Life Editor

I first encountered Chai Pani the day before my father dropped me off for international orientation. Surrounded by the colorful decor reminiscent of 1980s Mumbai and a suitable classic Bollywood ...

  From the front row of Commencement a few years ago, Tom Brodnax (66C) listened to a new graduate speak about college experiences through hashtags. Unlike the hundreds of audience ...

No matter where you are living next year, there is one feature of college life that you will not part with: living with other people. Whether it be a roommate ...

Ladies and Gentlemen, I have been to the Great Wall of China. I have been to the Pyramids of Egypt. But I can honestly say the most amazing thing in ...
DIY origami paper shapes add life to an otherwise barren dorm room.

No matter how much a university boasts about its facilities (even if it is a school with a $6.5 billion endowment), a dorm room is far from the ideal home. ...
Devin Gu,
College freshman and Goizueta Scholar

College freshman Devin Gu is one of Emory University’s newest Goizueta Scholars. Gu intended to follow his family’s footsteps and become a doctor until his junior year of high school, ...