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Scholar Finds Luther’s Handwriting via Emory Library A retired professor from the University of Gottingen, Ulrich Bubenheimer, discovered the handwriting of Protestant Reformation leader Martin Luther on a document via ...

On Oct. 10 at 2:16 a.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding an intoxicated individual at Raoul Hall. Officers arrived on scene and met with several Emory ...

On Sept. 28, Emory Police Department (EPD) received a call from Quinnipiac University Police Department, in Hamden, Conn., regarding a letter received by the Quinnipiac admissions office. The admissions office ...

Scharf, Bender-Bier Appointed to CC Adam Scharf (18C) and Diana Bender-Bier (18C) were appointed College Council (CC) senior legislators through an unanimous vote by legislators, according to a Sept. 28 ...

An Emory security and fire report released Sept. 29 reveals a significant decrease in drug and liquor law violation disciplinary referrals in 2016. Emory released the 2017 Annual Security Report, ...

A letter that inspired Jack Kerouac to write the American classic “On the Road” has been acquired by Emory University’s Rose Library. The 19-page typed letter was written by Beat ...

Recent Emory graduate Edward Cortez Adams (17L), a newly minted corporate law attorney with a penchant for books and helping others, died Sept. 25, according to a Sept. 29 email ...

Several Emory physicians provided aid to individuals injured during Hurricane Maria. Emory School of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine deployed eight faculty members and physicians to assist patients injured during ...

On Sept. 26 at 12 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding harassing communications. Officers met with an Emory professor who had been reportedly receiving emails from ...