Emory Must Revive the Liberal Arts on Campus

Someone at Emory once asked me, “Are you business or pre-med?” I shook my head, an irritated look growing on my face. He didn’t ask a simple, “What’s your major?” Rather, he had the audacity to narrow down all 86 majors that Emory offers to only two choices.  I now realize it’s hard to navigate [...]

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Alum Most Produced Living Playwright in U.S.

Lauren Gunderson (04C) was a College senior completing a degree in English and creative writing when her play, “Leap,” premiered in February 2004 as one of the first professionally produced student-written plays to take the stage. Fourteen years later, Gunderson boasts the title of the “most produced living playwright in America,” according to American Theatre [...]

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Student Outstrips Classroom for Catwalk

Courtesy of Emily Swift Surrounded by the gray marbled pillars of Milan’s Palazzo dei Giureconsulti, Braden “Brady” Goodman-Williams (19B) strode down Serbian designer Hana Sirco’s spring/summer 2018 (SS18) runway in a silky, cerulean blouse, on Sept. 24, 2017. As bright lights, camera flashes and livestreaming phones lined the perimeter, he had no time for apprehension. Goodman-Williams [...]

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