Emory Life

When Atlanta native Mike Ivey invited his friend Rob Stites to Whiskies of the World in Atlanta, Stites said yes. That’s just what you do in such a scenario. “My ...

Arranging an interview with John Wegner, a senior lecturer in the Department of Environmental Sciences, took longer than expected at almost two weeks — Wegner does not have internet in ...

When you accidentally snooze your morning alarm one too many times or have to run straight from class to a club meeting, sit-down meals at the DUC-ling aren’t always realistic. ...

November offers perfect fall temperatures to get outside and get back in shape. Rather than spending hours on the outdated ellipticals at the Woodruff P.E. Center, students can use these ...

Although students at Emory are no strangers to balancing many activities at once, few can say they have worked a full-time job while taking university courses like Nishchinth Pai, a ...

Dear Doolino, I don’t know where to go for Thanksgiving. Becky told me that her family owns a beach house in Miami but she’s been horrid the past few weeks ...

In 2005, Rachel Thomas (06C) walked Emory’s campus living in “a secret hell” for months. Putting up a front to her parents and friends, pretending to be a flourishing student, ...

The way I became a podcast expert is simple: I developed an addiction. In the Nov. 1, 2017 issue of The Emory Wheel, I admit to the world that I ...

Dear Doolino, Emory Residence Life and Housing Operations has been relatively kind to me. I was given a spacious room in Alabama Hall (with my own bathtub), my resident adviser ...