All posts by "Caroline Catherman"

On Monday night, a panel of student leaders shared their perspectives on the posting of mock eviction notices by Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) and the contemporary Israeli-Palestinian ...

The University Senate Open Expression Committee, whose mission is to interpret and uphold the University’s free speech policies, issued an opinion on Monday concluding that the content of the mock ...

Indie-pop bands AJR, Prinze George and duo Matt and Kim attracted an audience of 2,050 to McDonough Field for the 2019 Dooley’s Ball on Saturday night, according to Student Programming ...

Indie-pop band AJR will headline this year’s Dooley’s Ball concert on April 13 at McDonough Field, accompanied by indie group Prinze George and duo Matt and Kim. AJR, a trio ...

Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) extended the declaration deadline for executive vice president after receiving no candidate declarations in time. The initial declaration deadline, March 16, was extended to March ...

Racism is still prevalent at many American college campuses, especially in Greek life, author Lawrence Ross said at a Feb. 28 event sponsored by the Office of Sorority and Fraternity ...

Multiple Emory leaders, including University President Claire E. Sterk, have condemned a controversial decision by the General Conference of the United Methodist Church to uphold the Church’s ban on same-sex ...

Former U.S. President and Emory Distinguished Professor Jimmy Carter, who is known for his active post-presidency work in human rights and peacemaking, discussed leadership and overcoming failure at the Carter ...