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Two Robert W. Woodruff Scholars, College senior Noam Kantor and College alumna Emilia Truluck (16C), were named 2017 Marshall Scholars. This is the second year that Emory has had two ...

Emory Water Turns Brown ATLANTA – Brown water was found coming from toilets, sinks and fountains across the Emory campus and surrounding area Tuesday night, including the ones in Cox ...

The 50th Legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) is facing uncertainty regarding the constitutionality of its actions and is currently assessing the voting procedure taken thus far for Bill ...

The 50th Legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) voted Monday night in the first of two planned times in favor of splitting SGA into two autonomous bodies: the Undergraduate ...

On Nov. 14 at 3:17 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding a theft at Longstreet-Means Hall. An Emory student stated that some of his laundry had ...

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey will leave Emory’s Creative Writing Program after 15 years to join Northwestern University’s (Ill.) English Department for the 2017-18 academic year. During her time ...

Chris Carlos, son of Michael C. Carlos and an Atlanta businessman, committed to donate $3 million to Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum, named after his father, according to Jennifer Long, ...

The Honor Council and Committee on Academic Integrity voted to take to referendum several revisions to Emory’s Honor Code. Among the potential changes to the Code are clauses that would ...

Two restaurants are scheduled to open in Emory Village early next year. Wagaya, a Japanese restaurant, will open at 1579 N. Decatur Road, in the former site of Dankbaar Taco. ...