Ashley Marcus

Staying on campus for Passover and worried you might be tempted by food that is not kosher for Passover? Avoiding leavened bread and not-kosher-for-Passover food might be challenging, but certainly not impossible. With the help of the Marcus Hillel Center, ...

Back to the books and back to the show, Emory Law students came back from spring break and got to work on their annual Emory Follies show, an event that allows law students to perform skits that parody their professors ...

Trading in the warm beaches, late mornings and nonstop Netflix binges for another eight weeks of 9 a.m. lectures, early morning alarms and squeaky shower shoes could get anyone in a slump. Still, you can be proactive in avoiding the ...

Although 86 percent of eating disorders manifest before the age of 20, only 10 percent of students diagnosed with an eating disorder receive treatment, according to the National Association of Anorexia and Associated Disorders. Hosting their second official Anorexia Nervosa ...

By Ashley Marcus Staff Writer After securing a deal on ABC’s “Shark Tank” for her collapsible cardboard “BZbox,” College senior Kaeya Majmundar is jumping back into the entrepreneurial waters with her second innovation: the ZipTank, a tank top that zips ...

By Ashley Marcus Staff Writer Author and illustrator Daniel Wallace (’80C) recently produced his newest children’s book The Cat’s Pajamas. Wallace’s Marketing Manager Angela Melamud said that the book tells the story of a special cat. “Louis Fellini, [is] a ...

  By Ashley Marcus Contributing Writer TEDx Emory and Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity collaborated to host Salon, in which the ATO brothers welcomed students into their house on Eagle Row to listen to student speakers address an array of ...

  By Ashley Marcus Contributing Writer Emory’s semi-annual Art Club Lock-In drew students together Friday night, Nov. 21 to participate in the club’s biggest event of the year, which aims to draw attention to the existing program at Emory. Students ...