Emory Life

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 ...

All photos courtesy of Parth Mody/Photo Editor

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 ...

As Feb. 16 approaches, some people set out red lanterns and paste paper cuttings on their windows in preparation of the Chinese New Year. The year of the dog, 2018 ...

In case you’ve missed the Career Center’s steady stream of emails or the non-BBA students roaming campus in business professional attire, it’s officially interview season. Like cuffing season, interview season ...