Anjali Huynh

Anjali Huynh (22C) is from Iowa City, Iowa, majoring in political science and minoring in quantitative sciences. She is currently a local news intern for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and previously interned for CNN, CNN Newsource DC and Little Village Magazine. Aside from journalism, she enjoys photography (Instagram: @ahuynhphotography) and has an unhealthy addiction to boba.

Civil Rights Lawyer Bryan Stevenson Announced as Commencement Speaker

Courtesy of Rog and Bee Walker for the Equal Justice Initiative Renowned human rights lawyer and best-selling author Bryan Stevenson will deliver the keynote address at the 2020 Commencement ceremony and receive an honorary doctor of law degree.  Stevenson received critical acclaim for his 2014 work, “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption,” which [...]

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Student Groups Respond to Conservative Speaker

Jackson Schneider, Asst. Photo Editor Numerous Emory Campus Life offices and student groups organized meetings and letters in response to conservative author Heather Mac Donald’s visit to the University on Jan. 28.  The Center for Women, Office of LGBT Life and Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement hosted a conjoined event with approximately 45 students [...]

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Mac Donald Ignites Controversy With ‘Diversity in Education’

Heather Mac Donald speaks at an event hosted by Emory College Republicans on Tuesday night/Helen Bradshaw, Contributing Conservative author and political commentator Heather Mac Donald met resistance and reproach on Tuesday after she stepped foot on campus to discuss the “diversity delusion” in higher education. Mac Donald spoke to a crowd of 120 students in [...]

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Ossoff: 2017 Campaign Set the Stage for Success

Jackson Schneider, Staff U.S. Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff discussed his policy stances and the need to upend “corruption” in the federal government at a Young Democrats of Emory town hall on Jan. 23.  “We’ve allowed ourselves to become convinced that it’s mysterious how we fix what’s wrong,” Ossoff said. “Congress is not going to [...]

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