Club Spotlight: Emory Fencing Club

As students are rolling into the new school year, many are trying to find new clubs to join. Last week’s Student Activities Fair showcased the diverse range of clubs open to students at Emory this year. One of the clubs represented at the fair was Emory’s Fencing Club. Fifty people signed up to join the [...]

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McTyeire: Fun for Freshmen?

McTyeire Hall is now 75 years old and will be torn down this summer due to its old age. Although the dorm hosts predominantly sophomores, juniors and seniors, there are also eight freshmen living as McTyeire’s last generation of students. Overall, the freshmen reactions to their living conditions were mixed. A number of freshmen living [...]

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Exciting Events, Inspiring Lectures Mark India Week

On Monday, March 16, 2015, a series of events called India Week began at Emory. The events were organized by Emory’s Indian Cultural Exchange (ICE) and the Halle Institute for Global Learning. The first event that took place on Monday was the Opportunities in India Summit, where students discussed opportunities to study, volunteer, work or [...]

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TEDxEmory Spreads Ideas

On Saturday, February 28, 2015, TEDxEmory hosted its main annual conference in which 13 speakers, including one Emory College student, gave 18-minute talks that have the chance to be featured on the TED official website. This event was the largest TEDx conference in the southeast, estimated to have had over 800 attendees. It is the [...]

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Racial Injustices Inspire Reaction Through Dance

On February 28, 2015, Emory’s Black Student Alliance (BSA) held a Black History Month Gala at which College freshman Raianna Brown performed an original dance routine. The performance was called “I Can’t Breathe,” in response to the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner by police officers. “I see an epidemic of racial injustices in [...]

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