Emory Life

Saturday’s TEDx event stayed true to everything for which TEDx stands — to spread and share ideas with communities in a diverse range of disciplines — succeeding even in the current ...

When Zachary Suchin (06C) arrived on Emory’s campus as a freshman in 2002, he quickly grew unimpressed with the coordination of campus nightlife. After Suchin realized that individuals from various ...

When I first visited the United States six years ago, I had a hard time finding vegetarian food. The average American eatery did not cater to my meatless diet, leading ...

Nestled in a back parking lot off Memorial Drive, Revelator Coffee Company in Grant Park has hosted Korean pop-up “Anju” since Jan.11. Named for the Korean term for small dishes ...

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Campus Life Center (CLC) construction worker Michigan Moses Goldsby likened his daily routine to going hunting — one of a few analogies he often makes about his life. “You [have ...

Opting for Meal Plan B was the end of my reliance on a single cafeteria at Emory. I initially basked in the honeymoon period, enjoying my capacity to have udon ...

The odd name alone of East Lake’s soul-food joint “Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken and Oysters” took me by surprise and created an image in my mind of a ...

One hour to travel 37.5 miles by shuttle: This is a regular trek for Fiona Bock (18Ox, 20C) and Katherine Ahn (18Ox, 20C), each as halves of their respective Emory-Oxford ...