Emory Life

Each American produced an average of 30 pounds of trash per week in 2014, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Applying that statistic to the undergraduate population at Emory, students ...

A stark black background. Big red letters. One speaker, centerstage. This is the classic recipe for TEDxEmory speeches. However, none of these elements were present at the quiet, intimate setting ...

With course enrollment for Fall 2018 in full swing, the Wheel interviewed graduating seniors about their favorite courses and professors. From pharmacology to the classics, Emory seniors shared their thoughts ...

Recess in elementary school often meant shuffling a kickball around the schoolyard or hiding from lunch monitors in the trees. As I grew older and the other aspects of my ...

A photo of Professor Micheal Giles and former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter sits atop Giles’ bookshelf in the office he’s called home for the past 25 years, ...

(Above) Manushi Ashar (20C) speaks with Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair at Wonderful Wednesday March 21. Students, faculty and student organizations gather at Asbury Circle ...

You are sitting in a lecture hall at 11:49 a.m. having forgone breakfast yet again to make it to class on time. In these last few minutes of class, fatigue ...

Before Emory students became accustomed to the tune of the Westminster chimes every 15 minutes, myriad melodies rang out from Cox Hall’s Clock Tower, including “The Addams Family” theme song. ...

The cold touch of winter’s rain and snow came to an end on March 20. While rainy season still awaits, the longing for daylight is over. When we turned back ...