History

The Emory men’s soccer team extended their season with a playoff push in the NCAA Tournament after elimination-game wins in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Eagles bested Dickinson College (Pa.) 3-1 in the ...

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, ...

When George W. Bush captured Iraq in 2003 to conclude the still-controversial U.S. invasion of the country, there was no protest in either Iraq or the United States when the infamous Saddam Hussein statue in the city square was toppled ...

Library fellow Matthew Strandmark and four panelists launched the Emory Campus History Tour App during “Atlanta’s Living History,” a discussion about Emory’s history using materials from the Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library (MARBL) on Saturday, Sept. 19 in the Jones Room at the Robert W. ...

 Like many others, College freshman Laura Briggs was starstruck on last Wednesday by simply being in the same building as former President of the United States Jimmy Carter. “I felt famous by association,” she wrote in an email to the Wheel. While many freshmen had their first ...

  Eternal recurrence is a philosophical concept coined by 19th century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche which relates the idea that, as explained by Rustin Cohle from “True Detective,” “time is a flat circle.” The events that take place throughout the universe ...