Emory Life

When police stopped Pete Williams for speeding along Georgia State Road 400 in 1985, instead of giving him a ticket, they took him into custody. A victim of sexual assault ...

Koinonia means “community, fellowship or joint participation.” Tucked in the quiet suburbs of Westview neighborhood is a coffee shop that aims to facilitate just that — Koinonia Coffee ATL, a coffee ...

Despite the constant relocation and removal of other fraternities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) and its house have withstood the test of time. 2018 marks the 90th anniversary of Eagle Row ...

Chris Park (19C), Kevin Xu (20C), David Liu (17Ox, 19C) and Joseph Ahn (19C) (right to left) comprise the music group Revelations, which performed at the Annual Moonlight Gala in ...

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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