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For Dongwoo Kim (21C), life is literally full of magic. A magician, he sees magic as many things: a method of storytelling, a way to overcome his shyness, the hook he needed to get into boarding school and, at times, ...

Although students at Emory are no strangers to balancing many activities at once, few can say they have worked a full-time job while taking university courses like Nishchinth Pai, a second-year Australian exchange student at the Goizueta Business School for ...

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jessica Thompson, four undergraduate and one graduate student are in the process of cleaning and sorting through thousands of 1-mm to 3-mm pieces of stone and human bones, excavated at Mount Hora, located in the Northern ...

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 ...

At Emory, Matthew Spritz (05C) lost the election for Student Government Association (SGA) president, but that didn’t stunt his love for politics. Now Spritz is back on the ballot. After he ran several local campaigns and worked as a legislative ...

  David Samuel Levinson, Former Creative Writing Fellow David Samuel Levinson created “one of the most despicable characters in all of literature” in “Tell Me How This Ends Well,” according to one Goodreads review. But the former Emory Creative Writing Fellow ...

Tiffany Burgess (02PH) always knew she wanted to write a book that both reflected her own life and talked about race. Despite spending much of her education and career in science and medicine, she found time to fulfill this dream. ...
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As I walk into her office, Goizueta Business School Professor Usha Rackliffe wears a St. John’s style dress, garnished with pearls and a peacock broach. A student sits with her, going over an exam. The student looks up, and asks ...

Let’s talk quickly about the importance of investigative journalism. Yes, I understand the weirdly self-congratulatory tone this will have for a review in a publication, but considering it’s in a school that cut the Journalism program, I think it’s something ...