Emory Life

We have marched a long journey, but are now finally upon the sweet nectar of gravy, stuffing and awkward questions from obscure relatives. For many, this is a well-deserved break ...

It is 3 a.m. on a Saturday night. The cool air-conditioned winds of my residence hall hit my exposed arms and legs as I walk around in my pajamas. My ...
Shuttle bus driver James Daniel greets passengers as they begin their morning commute. Ruth Reyes/Photo Editor

While boarding a C-route shuttle to make your way to an 8:30 a.m. class on a crisp fall morning, things may seem glum. That is, unless you happen to embark ...
A woman sports a bright red coat, one of many examples of stylish winter attire on campus. Gemy Sethaputra/Senior Staff

Winter has fallen upon Atlanta. Due to a wide, sometimes confusing, range of temperatures, Atlanta’s winter fashion can be a struggle. Georgia temperatures are so diverse during the day that ...

It’s Friday. Finally free of the week’s stresses, you decide to treat yourself with a sandwich at the DUC. The man behind the counter works with patience and care, striking ...

Emory University students, whether they’re typing away in their dorms or the library, share one commonality: laptops. Laptops are a medium for doing homework, watching Netflix and saving selfies, not ...

Life is governed by uncertainty, but alleviating this perpetual confusion gives one’s endeavors meaning. Of all the uncertainties that exist, there is but one that stands out so ostentatiously to ...

John Tyson is the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. He received his Ph.D. in modern and contemporary art history from ...
The Modern Languages Building is home to the pinnacle of private bathroom comfort.

Every time a student at Emory University enters a public bathroom, they enter battle mode. From the unknown liquids splattered on the toilet seat to the pungent smell that hangs ...