Community

Ask any club sports athlete why he or she participates on a team and you’re likely to hear something about why the experience is positive and, above all, fun. When that sport is crew, however, it can be difficult to ...

At some point during your freshman year, you decided to make the trip to the Woodruff Residential Center to grab some late-night food from Woodruff Cafe. You most likely interacted with Robert Shaw. Shaw has worked at the cafe for ...

Last month, a friend of mine — let’s call him Josh — sent out an email to almost 20 friends explaining that his father had passed away a number of years ago. In Jewish tradition, close relatives gather every year after ...

Students discussed the sometimes distant relationship between Oxford College and Emory College in a community conversation hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA) last week. The conversation, titled “Bridging the Oxford-Emory Disconnect,” drew more than 30 students and faculty to ...

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognized Emory for its 2015 Community Engagement Classification along with 239 other universities in the country this past weekend. Recognized for the first time in 2006, Emory was only eligible to reapply ...

In her Sept. 15 op-ed “Emory Students Tend Towards Self-Segregation,” Aarti Dureja paints for us a divided Emory, where the high school hope of a campus without the constraints of “popularity, prettiness, (or) appearance” is revealed to be nothing but ...

The Student Government Association (SGA) and the Office of Student Leadership and Service (OSLS) will launch Community, an online program that aims to help the University better manage student organizations, next month. The program is “built specifically around needs of ...