Anjali Huynh

Anjali Huynh (23C) is from Iowa City, IA, majoring in political science and minoring in quantitative sciences. She previously interned for Little Village Magazine in Iowa City covering local events and politics and occasionally had pieces published in the Cedar Rapids Gazette. Aside from journalism, she enjoys photography (Instagram: @ahuynhphotography) and has an unhealthy addiction to bubble tea. Contact Huynh at [email protected]

Town Hall: COVID-19 Safety Protocols Will Largely Be Peer Enforced, Without Police

The enforcement of campus health protocols for the fall semester will be delegated to students./Derrick Tran, Staff In a virtual town hall on Tuesday, Emory College and Campus Life administrators outlined campus expectations for the fall semester and addressed student questions about academics, housing, dining, safety protocols and other campus resources.  Vice President and Dean [...]

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Emory Announces Health Guidelines for Graduate and Professional Students Returning for Research

Emory Main Quad./Michelle Lou The University released guidelines on how graduate and professional students should return to campus for summer research on May 29. These protocols include a list of required tasks before returning, health guidelines for campus activities, location-specific recommendations and general student policies.  After halting all non-essential research on March 23, the University [...]

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University Board of Trustees Elects Businessman, Two Methodist Bishops

The Board of Trustees has elected three new members, the University announced on March 3: businessman Andrew W. Evans (88C) and two Methodist bishops, Bishop David W. Graves (90T) and Bishop L. Jonathan Holston.  The addition of Evans, Graves and Holston brings the total number to 40 out of 45 permitted active trustee members, five [...]

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Emory Announces Bobby Jones Scholarship Recipients

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Geographer Jared Diamond Emphasizes Need To Solve Worldwide Crises

Grace Shen, Contributing Pulitzer Prize-winning author and acclaimed geographer Jared Diamond discussed issues ranging from tensions within the United States to inequality abroad during a lecture at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Administration Building on Thursday.  Diamond, an esteemed geographer, anthropologist and historian, garnered global success after publishing his award-winning book “Guns, Germs, and Steel,” [...]

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