Annie McGrew

Three panelists discussed the economic, political and social impact of the Ebola virus in Liberia on Tuesday, part of a semester-long forum on the virus that began in late January. The panel, titled “Ebola, a Neo-Liberal Disease?” and attended by ...

Emory named P. David Johnson the new Associate Vice President of Communications and Marketing in the Department of Communications and Public Affairs, according to a Jan. 29 University press release. Johnson started his position on Monday, Feb. 2 and will ...

The Emory Board of Trustees, a governing body that establishes University policy, recently elected four new members, according to a Jan. 22 University press release. The new members include Glenmede Trust Company Managing Director, N.A., Lee Miller; Bauerfeind USA, Inc. ...

More than 500 women lined up in front of sorority houses and more than 350 men chatted outside fraternity houses for the 2015 Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) Recruitment and Interfraternity Council (IFC) Formal Rush. Numbers of participants in EPC Recruitment ...

“How will we know we are living up to King’s vision? How will we know we are on the way forward?” Dr. Robert M. Franklin, the new James T. and Berta R. Laney Professor in Moral Leadership at the Candler ...

Andy Wilson, senior associate dean for Emory’s Division of Campus Life, announced his resignation on Wednesday. Wilson, who has been at the University for 13 years, has accepted the position of Dean of Acadamic and Student Services at Johns Hopkins ...

James Brazier, a black man in Terrell County, Ga., had just bought a new Chevy Impala in 1958. Soon after, he was arrested, jailed and murdered. Emory’s Civil Rights Cold Cases Project investigates, attempting to understand why Brazier and others ...

By Annie McGrew Asst. News Editor Before school let out for Thanksgiving break on Tuesday, Nov. 25, Senior Associate Vice President and Title IX Coordinator for Students Dr. Carolyn Livingston sent a University-wide email informing students of revisions to Emory’s ...

By Annie McGrew Asst. News Editor After a grand jury did not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown and, less than two weeks later, a grand jury did not indict police officer Daniel ...