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This past weekend at the Emory Conference Hotel, the Georgia Association of Sleep Professions (GASP) held its 8th annual conference that brought together influential leaders from the sleep medicine arena to facilitate dialogue on sleep education, clinical management, and patient ...

The reality of Emory’s cost of attendance hit me hard last winter break. Money that I thought would last longer was starting to run out. I sent a transfer application to my state school, thinking that it would reduce expenses. ...

Downgraded to a tropical storm, Irma hit Georgia early Monday, causing intermittent power outages and downed trees on and around Emory’s Atlanta and Oxford campuses. Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression Monday night but continued to flood parts of ...

An amendment to a proposed state bill could mark the IDs of some legal Georgia residents who are not U.S. citizens with the term “noncitizen.” After a 4-3 Committee of Motor Vehicles vote in favor of attaching an amendment to ...

Emory’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams recorded their first defeats of the season against Division I University of Georgia, falling to 5-1 and 6-1 in their seasons, respectively. The meet last Saturday at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, ...

The Georgia First Amendment Foundation (FAF) hosted the 15th annual Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Banquet Oct. 13 honoring Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) for its role in advancing free speech in Georgia at Emory Conference Center’s Silverbell ...

“I think this weekend was a defining moment for our season,” sophomore middle hitter Sydney Leimbach said of the Emory volleyball team’s Sept. 24 wins. The Eagles traveled to Birmingham, Ala., to play two games this past weekend, winning 3-2 ...

While few consider themselves dancers, there are some situations during which you cannot help but lose your inhibitions and dance. On Saturday, Aug. 6, the entire audience was bitten by the jitterbug at the Twenty One Pilots concert at the ...

Beginning next week, Emory will sponsor events to usher in a new exhibition entitled “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare” — the original collection of William Shakespeare’s plays coming to the Michael C. Carlos Museum from Nov. 5 ...