Emory Life

DUCs may come and DUCs may go, but Chipotle is forever. For many an Emory student, the Mexican grill’s generous use of hearty ingredients, close proximity to campus and reasonable ...

You’ve been to Maggie’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill — like, way too many times. Maybe you are ready to try something new. Or maybe you haven’t been to Maggie’s because ...

The Atlanta Braves’ recent season could best be described as tumultuous. With their pattern winning and losing streaks, it can be difficult to get invested in the team, especially if ...

When Diego Flores-Alvarez (19B) was a senior in high school, he said that he felt a calling unlike most other 17-year-olds: an inner calling from God to become a priest. ...

Between graduating Emory and attending law school, Stephen Weizenecker (88 Ox, 90C), spent a year touring as manager of rock and roll band Question of Balance. More than 20 years ...

The day we finished our first semester of college in 2015, my friends and I drove to the Atlanta-based Wagaya Japanese Restaurant in Midtown.  The savory broth and chewy noodles ...

At Emory, Matthew Spritz (05C) lost the election for Student Government Association (SGA) president, but that didn’t stunt his love for politics. Now Spritz is back on the ballot. After ...

With 138 carefully selected words, Lucy Wainger (20C) found herself an author in “Poetry Magazine.” Soon after, “Best American Poetry” accepted her submission for its 2017 edition. Despite being selected ...

There is a standard menu of different pizza options, but I built my own pizza, sticking with the standard red sauce. For my toppings, I chose mozzarella and ricotta cheese, ...