Nicole Sadek

A cheerleading enthusiast, a bowler, a future law school student, a former security employee and a 76-year-old mail expert — these are the people who help students anxiously awaiting their packages and assist those who don’t know exactly how many ...

Before Emory students became accustomed to the tune of the Westminster chimes every 15 minutes, myriad melodies rang out from Cox Hall’s Clock Tower, including “The Addams Family” theme song. Officially named the Robinson Clock Tower after former Emory trustee ...

John L. Latham (79L), an Atlanta-based securities litigation lawyer, has been elected to the Emory University Board of Trustees. Latham joins the Board of Trustees as a term trustee, according to Vice President and Secretary of the University Allison Dykes. ...

At 2 years old, U.S. Olympic figure skater Nathan Chen watched his brothers play ice hockey and took a liking to the sport. “But hockey skates don’t come in sizes as small as he needed at age 2, so he ...

When it comes to confronting hate speech in public spaces, Americans often discount productive conversation, according to U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith. “We’re blurring that commitment to free speech with our decision about how to relate to hate speech,” ...

The last time Justin Timberlake hit the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime stage, he was a reinvented solo artist, fresh off a seven-year stint with heartthrob boy band NSYNC. This year, he stepped out as an understated performer with 14 years ...

A University committee has identified gender inequities in faculty salaries, “significant[ly]” low levels of faculty diversity and low faculty pay compared to peer institutions. In 2013, then-Provost Claire E. Sterk charged the Class and Labor 2 Committee to examine the ...

This story will be updated as information becomes available.  Some members of Emory’s track and field team were involved in a collision in Birmingham, Ala., Friday morning when a vehicle struck the team’s van, which overturned. The track and field ...

Outcries against the removal of a Confederate monument at the Charlottesville, Va., “Unite the Right” rally and tense discourse between Georgia state representatives have contributed to escalating debates in the South over Confederate symbols and their locations in modern society. ...