Emory Students

Thousands of people flooded to the streets of New Orleans last week for Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday” in English. In fact, the city of New Orleans has become almost synonymous with the festivities. When I was little, I heard ...

As Add/Drop/Swap ended yesterday night, students of the Emory College of Arts and Sciences completed yet another cycle in the difficult process of building their academic schedules. Classes were traded, professors were bombarded with overload requests and many underclassmen were ...

It is difficult to be happy at Emory. I recognize that I am extremely privileged to be a student here, and in no way do I intend to undervalue the education I am receiving, the faculty and staff who work ...

I grew up in a suburban Colorado neighborhood. I was very self-conscious of my identity, the way I looked, the food I ate and the God to whom I prayed. Most of the people I knew were either white or ...