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After Emory’s first-ever Songfest, Dean of Campus Life at Oxford College Joseph Moon, who worked to bring the event to the Emory community, Moon deemed it a “pretty modest but high spirited affair.” Freshmen had flooded the bleachers on the ...

Searching for one’s passion can often be a long journey. Some people wait half a lifetime before they discover their source of unexplainable joy. Many wait longer. But for Emory senior Micah Cotton, the discovery came easily. Over the past ...

Editors Note: The following feature is a look into the Eagle’s lockeroom at halftime on Jan. 25. At the sound of the buzzer, the Eagles head off the court like a herd of buffalo, then move into a single-file line ...

By Stephen Fowler Asst. News Editor Eight men clad in black-and-gold masks stand in a straight, disciplined line. It’s a chilly November night, but over 100 people are huddled in a semicircle around Tarbutton Hall. One man dances out of ...

By Stephen Fowler and Sonam Vashi The University is investigating a bias incident that allegedly occurred during an intramural (IM) flag football game between Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) fraternity and another group of Emory students on Monday, according to an ...

By Elizabeth Howell Associate Editor   “Good morning, scholars,” says Amber Lakin (’12C) as she greets her elementary school students at Match Community Day. “Good morning, Ms. Lakin,” they reply. “Emory,” she whispers. “Eagles,” they whisper back. This daily ritual ...

On Jan. 4, in the middle of winter break, an anonymous post on the Facebook page Emory Secrets appeared: “What does one do with grief so sharp it literally hurts?” Within the hour, at least six Emory students, had replied ...

He chose culinary school over college, the title of “kitchen grunt” over “engineering major,” and the satisfaction of cooking a perfect filet mignon over solving a numerical analysis equation. Now, at 47, Michel Wetli is applying his years of experience ...

I was in the backwoods of an island three hours from anything. A few bulbs hanging from trees illuminated an open circle. Women in bright robes chanted while men beat drums to an ancient rhythm. Young men were wearing spiritual ...