Valerie Sandoval

Atlanta City Councilmembers Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood (74C) were the top two candidates in the Atlanta mayoral race, bringing the race to a Dec. 5 runoff. In the general election yesterday, Bottoms received 26.83 percent, and Norwood received ...

All three Rollins Student Government Association (RSGA) presidential candidates declined an invitation to attend a debate, instead opting to host a public service event Tuesday afternoon. Candidates Nchedo Ezeokoli (19PH), Rosa Abraha (19PH) and Mahnoor Mahmood (19PH) sent an Oct. ...

  “White students at Emory have not engaged critically in the question of whiteness,” Professor of Philosophy George Yancy told about 35 faculty members at his Oct. 17 discussion “White Privilege in the Classroom.” As part of a faculty workshop ...

This semester, a former Israeli ambassador to Ecuador and Brazil will bring his real-world political experience into Emory classrooms. As the youngest ambassador in Israel’s history at 35 years old and Israel’s first non-Jewish career diplomat, Reda Mansour said that ...

Nearly 25 years ago, Marguerite Barankitse was tied up and forced to watch the murders of 72 people. The Burundian humanitarian, who came face to face with the brutality of the Burundian genocides, delivered the keynote address to close out ...

The Department of Chemistry has updated its undergraduate curriculum by redesigning courses and allowing chemistry majors to explore more electives. General Chemistry I and II (Chem 141 and Chem 142) have been combined into one class, Chem 150: Structure and ...

A law professor and an economics professor offered perspectives on the current state of immigration and the economy at the second installment of Emory’s “Trump Talk” series April 17. In the three-part dialogue series, Emory professors share their thoughts on ...