Doug Shipman

In the first year that Emory sponsored the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival, Emory-affiliated authors were a strong presence in the weekend line-up. Though Emory students are often warned about the “Emory bubble” and the ease of remaining inside campus, ...

How do the struggles of the undocumented hearken back to the Civil Rights Movement? A panel explored that question as part of Emory’s week-long celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Thursday night. The King Week discussion titled “Dreamers: Yesterday, ...

Emory students will have the opportunity to visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, courtesy of the Emory College Council-hosted experience shuttles to the museum, which is dedicated to creating a safe space ...

Twice a month, the Wheel will feature and interview a notable or interesting University alum about their time at Emory, its impact on their post-graduation life and advice for current students. Doug Shipman graduated from Emory in 1995 with a ...