Ashley Zhu

‘Able to breathe’: Some Emory community members applaud Biden’s passage of Respect for Marriage Act

When Obergefell v. Hodges legalized same-sex marriage in 2015, Adam Malm, the senior assistant dean for operations, administration and facilities management at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, recalled hearing yelling and cheering outside of his office. “I kind of popped my head out of the door, and I saw people so excited,” Malm [...]

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Biden extends Civil Rights Cold Case Records Review Board as Emory Cold Case class wraps another semester

Emory University Creative Writing Professor of Practice Hank Klibanoff concluded another semester of his long-running class, Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project, on Dec. 8. Just three days prior, U.S. President Joe Biden signed the Civil Rights Cold Case Investigations Support Act into law on Dec. 5 to extend the lifetime of the Civil Rights [...]

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Stand with Survivors Rally calls for reform in Title IX process, advocates for sexual assault survivors

Content warning: This article contains references to sexual assault. Amanda Wendler (25C) was wearing her “beloved” green jeans the night she was sexually assaulted in her sleep. And nearly nine months later, Wendler wore them again as she lead a Dec. 2 rally to advocate for support for sexual assault survivors at Emory University. Wendler, [...]

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