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A letter that inspired Jack Kerouac to write the American classic “On the Road” has been acquired by Emory University’s Rose Library. The 19-page typed letter was written by Beat author Neal Cassady and sent to Kerouac in 1950, according ...

Blanchard Real Estate recently announced plans to develop a two-story retail space in Emory Village. The new development, which is pending approval from the DeKalb County Historic Preservation Commission, would be built at 1397-1399 Oxford Road, located across the street ...

Carter Center Launches Liberian Election Observation LIBERIA — The Carter Center announced an international mission to observe Liberia’s Oct. 10 presidential and legislative elections, according to an Aug. 28 Carter Center press release. A  first team of observers from the ...

While Emory students often make quips about curing Ebola, Rostam Zafari’s (17C) work is no joke. Within the first month of his college career, he had already formed a team and plan to detect the Ebola virus, leading to the ...

The Starbucks in the Oxford Road Building will close for renovations over the summer in anticipation of increased foot traffic next fall, according to Emory Campus Dining Assistant Director Chad Sunstein. The changes are a result of the impending demolition ...

Noah collected animals for his ark two by two but Emory Neuroeconomics Professor and Center for Neuropolicy Director Gregory Berns wants their brains by the thousands. Sixty-seven percent of animal species are estimated to go extinct by 2020 due to ...

A leading Emory renal doctor plans to go head-to-head against the Trump administration over research funding as the newly-elected president of the American Physiological Society (APS), a nonprofit that educates the general public and supports scientists in the physiological sciences. ...