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]

For the Fourth Consecutive Year, Emory Remains No. 21 Nationwide

The U.S. News and World Report (USNWR) named Emory No. 21 among national universities for the fourth year in a row as part of its “Best Colleges” guide, which was released Sunday night. Emory has stayed in this position since 2017 when it dropped from No. 20. USNWR determines its ranking by calculating weighted scores [...]

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University Revises Title IX Policy, Establishes Prohibited Conduct Process

In response to federal regulations that decrease the jurisdiction of Title IX departments in higher education, Emory revised its Sex and Gender-Based Harassment and Discrimination Policy to include a prohibited conduct process that offers similar services to survivors while complying with new guidelines. These changes went into effect on Aug. 14.  The new federal guidelines, [...]

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Resident Advisers Overwhelmed by Newfound Obligations, University’s Insufficient Response

After navigating months of tumultuous COVID-19 updates, students returned to Emory campuses ready to make friends, start classes and regain a sense of normalcy. But less than two weeks into the school year, numerous resident advisers (RA) are exasperated: students blatantly ignore safety regulations and RAs are unprepared to enforce them. “Folks seem to be [...]

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Emory Announces 14 Positive Cases After First Round of Testing, Mandates Retesting of On-Campus Students

Fourteen out of 8,527 students, faculty and staff tested positive between Aug. 1 and Aug. 18./Caelan Bailey, Contributing Emory administrators wrote in an Aug. 20 email to faculty and staff that 10 students and four faculty and staff members tested positive for COVID-19 out of 8,527 administered tests, a 0.16% positivity rate. Testing occurred between [...]

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