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Clinton to Deliver Law School Keynote Address EMORY — Former U.S. President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address for the School of Law’s Centennial Gala at the St. Regis ...

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter reiterated his longstanding support for international human rights by stating that the condition of human rights is deteriorating, and that women and minorities are facing ...

If elected as the representative for the 34th Congressional District in California, Emory alumnus Robert Lee Ahn (98B) would be the first Korean-American U.S. congressman in 20 years. Although this ...

Two of the four candidates for the new dean of the Emory College of Arts and Sciences held 45-minute open forums in Harland Cinema Friday and Monday to discuss their ...

Emory has appointed the first-ever chief of staff for the Office of the President. Michael Kloss assumed his new role April 1, after University President Claire E. Sterk created the ...

On April 3 at 12:36 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding a theft in the Mathematics and Science Center. Officers spoke with an Emory student who ...

The 51st legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened for its first meeting Monday night to vote on bills to amend the Finance Code, define Executive Agencies (EA), and ...

One century after the first woman enrolled at Emory, more than 40 students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate milestones and set goals for equality at the University April 5. ...

Emory’s acquisition of a 1,240-square foot home in August 2016 could serve a crucial role in the University’s ongoing efforts to be annexed into Atlanta. The prospect of officially filing ...