Club Spotlight

The band of Mothers performs at the WMRE 2016 fall concert in Cox Hall. WMRE puts on multiple events a year for the Emory community. Courtesy of Ryan Myers

WMRE is Emory’s only radio station. Beginning as a mere idea in the early 1980s, in 1989 the station broadcasted its first show across campus through 590AM. Clear sounds didn’t last long on the AM channel, forcing the station to ...
Photo Courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons: Wally Gobetz

Democracy Matters is a national movement fighting to get money out of politics through student-led, non-profit, non-partisan chapters at universities across the nation. It is part of a bigger national democracy initiative that includes organizations such as the NAACP, 350.org ...
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The Emory Undergraduate Global Health Organization (EUGHO) focuses on providing information to and opportunities for students interested in international health issues. The organization’s members  discuss various global health issues and strive to enable students to form their own opinions. Some ...
Fencing Club

As students are rolling into the new school year, many are trying to find new clubs to join. Last week’s Student Activities Fair showcased the diverse range of clubs open to students at Emory this year. One of the clubs ...
According to J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books, a Quidditch game is decided when one team's seeker captures the Golden Snitch. In the real life version, it is a person dressed in gold. | Courtesy of Judithcomm/Wikimedia Commons

While the members of Emory’s newly-founded Quidditch team may not have mastered the art of flying just yet, the club sport is off to a sweeping start. The Emory University Quidditch Team began in the fall of 2014 under the ...