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Ruth Reyes, Photo Editor

More than 100 Emory community members joined thousands of protesters in the Atlanta March for Social Justice and Women Saturday. One of hundreds of demonstrations worldwide, the march called on ...

Construction on the Emory Proton Therapy Center (EPTC) is moving forward after a financing delay, according to Georgia Proton Treatment Center, LLC, President Ashley Preisinger. Located in midtown Atlanta, the ...

On Jan. 9 at noon, Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a fire alarm at Cox Hall. A worker reported that he observed thick, white smoke coming from the elevators ...

Three Emory University alumni — an editor, a clergywoman and a powerful businessman — have been appointed members of Emory’s Board of Trustees, which oversees University policy and exercises fiduciary ...

Weapon Possession at ZBT EMORY — Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call from 8 Eagle Row, the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity house, regarding suspicious activity involving possession ...

In two weeks, students will vote on a bill that could split the Student Government Association (SGA) into autonomous undergraduate and graduate branches. The bill is in an effort to ...

Dwight Vaught was appointed executive director of Emory’s Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Jan. 9 and will move into the Center’s top position following Schwartz’s first executive director Robert McKay’s ...

Three Emory-affiliated hospitals are being fined for high rates of hospital-acquired conditions (HAC) — undesirable conditions such as infections or injuries acquired from receiving hospital treatments — under the Affordable Care ...
NAACP President and CEO addresses more than 200 people in Emory School of Law's Tull Auditorium Thursday, Jan. 13. / Ruth Reyes, Photo Editor

The hardest question Cornell William Brooks has ever been asked at the NAACP is this: “If a man was willing to die for the right to vote, why can’t we ...