Emory Life

On one hand, Bhojanic served mediocre Indian food that put shame to the glorious cuisine of my motherland — its dishes lacked the defining euphonic multiplicity of ingredients and spices. ...

Vriksasana, or Tree Pose, is a balancing act in which yogis stand on one leg, their other foot resting lightly on their ankle. Transfixing their Drishti, or “Yogic Gaze,” onto ...

In the first year that Emory sponsored the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival, Emory-affiliated authors were a strong presence in the weekend line-up. Though Emory students are often warned about ...

The Woodruff Physical Education Center (WoodPEC) rumbled on Thursday night as the new freshman class roared with intensity at the thought of winning the annual Songfest trophy. Although Alaharris took ...

A few years ago, Emory alumnus Farhan Momin (13Ox, 15C) was making Indian-style quesadillas with a sandwich maker in his Oxford College dorm room. Now a fourth-year dental student at ...

Few college students can say they head to the local cemetery after class. Sam Gardner (19Ox, 21C), however, finds spiritual fulfillment among the tombstones: the student volunteers as a mourner ...

Now living in London, Hilal Koc (03C) applies both her passion for startups and her experiences living around the globe in cities including San Francisco, New York City, Istanbul and ...

Michael Dubin, 2018 Commencement speaker and founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club, was once a struggling history major at Emory who threw himself into extracurriculars. He held media and ...

A quick Google search for “consulting blog” registers the blog of Emory Lecturer in Organization and Management John Kim (05B), “Consultant’s Mind,” as the first result. Kim created Consultant’s Mind ...