Anusha Ravi

By Sonam Vashi Executive Editor and Stephen Fowler Assistant News Editor After one month of quiet on Eagle Row, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) unanimously voted to end its self-imposed suspension of social activities in fraternity houses Tuesday night (Dec. 2) ...

At Wonderful Wednesday last week, Emory-Israel Public Affairs Committee (EIPAC) hosted an event called “Ask Me Why [I Love Israel].” Students were prompted to make signs expressing their personal love for the country; responses included “Because It’s the most free ...

President Obama’s second-term victory following the Nov. 6 presidential election has led some members of the Emory community, in addition to national journalists and political analysts, to criticize the Republican Party’s conservative platform. Concerns include what critics see as the ...

As Hillary Clinton completes her term as U.S. secretary of state, President Obama has commenced the search for her successor for his second term as president. Obama’s second term will inevitably include a continuation of turmoil in the Middle East, ...

A team of Emory professors, students and Michael C. Carlos Museum staff conducted an experiment to emulate the experience of visiting the Parthenon in Athens on the replica in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday. The experiment involved recreating “frieze” — a ...

By 11:20 p.m. on Tuesday, CNN — along with other major news organizations — projected President Obama to win the electoral vote, ending a long, expensive and bitter fight between the Republican and Democratic party. Even while Florida’s votes were ...

In the final debate of the presidential campaign on  Oct. 22, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney argued about several foreign policy issues, including Iran’s nuclear capabilities, the Afghanistan war and China’s growing eminence in the global economy, and ...

The Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness sponsored a poster session, which took place in the Cox Ball Room on Monday. This poster session featured several different research posters correlating to various initiatives that form part of the University’s ...

With Election Day on Nov. 6 quickly approaching, groups on campus have been spreading political awareness and encouraging Emory students to register to vote. Recent events at the University have included viewing the debates, guest speakers and a “Rock the ...