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Tuesday, April 12, faculty, staff and administrators gathered in Winship Ballroom for the Employee Council Town Hall, an annual discussion in which employees discuss...
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On April 11 at 5:27 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a complaint regarding kittens trapped in a sewer. DeKalb County Fire Rescue...

The United States Water Alliance recently awarded one of three 2016 U.S. Water Prizes to Emory’s WaterHub, an on-campus water recycling facility that cleanses...

Milo Yiannopoulos, tech editor of the conservative website Breitbart, drew a crowd of over 250 at White Hall Wednesday. Some went to hear his...

National College Association of Athletics (NCAA) All-American Football Player and National Football League (NFL) Free Agent Michael Sam, the first openly gay football player...

College senior Amiel Fields-Meyer will address his fellow Emory College graduates as the class orator during the May 9 Emory College of Arts and...

In his inauguration address on April 2, 2004, President James W. Wagner formally pledged to “do all in power to enable our University...

The Presidential Selection Committee has narrowed the group of Emory University presidential candidates down to a “smaller number of candidates,” according to an all-Emory...

The 61st College Council (CC) welcomed students to discuss and question University-wide changes in their end-of-the-year town hall, CC’s first town hall since the...