Creating Emory

The deadly protests in Charlottesville, Va., earlier this month were a reminder of a truth many would rather ignore: Race relations in this country, and on college campuses like Emory’s, need work. This year’s Creating Emory curriculum contained an incomplete, ...

To discuss the role of student government in addressing the concerns of black students, the Student Government Association (SGA), campus administration, black students and others convened in Winship Ballroom to discuss the recent demands put forth by several black students ...

Trigger Warning: The following editorial contains discussions of rape and sexual assault.   Recently, the University Senate Committee for the Prevention of Sexual Violence released the results of a campus-wide climate survey for students to assess the culture surrounding sexual ...

Trigger Warning:  Sexual Assault Sexual assault is inevitable in our society and there is very little we can do to stop it. Prevention efforts can only do so much, and even then, their effectiveness is extremely limited. There has been ...

​Emory’s mission statement more or less states that it strives to create an environment where new students feel accepted, no matter who they are or where they come from. First-year students participate in Creating Emory, which encourages students to embrace ...

The Sexual Violence Prevention Visioning Task Force, convened last April by Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Claire Sterk and Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair, recently released a report detailing recommendations for sexual ...

When incoming freshmen first arrived at Emory University this year, we were immediately involved in Creating Emory, a program designed to not only make students feel welcomed and included, but also to make students aware of what kind of culture ...