the Pulse

While the arts can at times seem neglected at Emory, its presence on campus persists. Students gathered at the Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity house to watch their peers perform and showcase their art Nov. 3, at Symposium VII hosted ...

Teal, navy, cobalt or peacock — they’re all shades of blue and the inspiration behind Emory’s first themed student art gallery. The Emory Media, Literature and Arts Outreach (MLAO) House hosted the “Peacock Gallery” on Friday, Oct. 16. Thirty-five students ...

When asked about the main location of the arts community at Emory last year, it’s likely that “Eagle Row” would be far from the first place to come to most students’ minds. However, with the new Eagle Row Theme Housing ...

By Julia Munslow Antiquated, monotonous and boring: the often misleading reputation of poetry and everything that Black Dog proved contemporary poetry is not. Emory’s literary journal The Pulse hosted Black Dog, Emory’s first undergraduate student reading series, at the Woodruff ...

Where can you find slam poets, singers, comedians and more displaying their talents on a Friday evening on Eagle Row? College senior and Editor-in-Chief of The Pulse Dana Sokolowski and College senior Oliver Paprin, organized the Symposium at 12 Eagle Row this ...