Carson Greene

Asst. News Editor | [email protected] Carson Greene (22C) is from Allentown, GA, and is currently majoring in Ancient Mediterranean Studies. In his free time, he enjoys watching movies.

Muslim Ritual Purification Room Desecrated in Rollins Building

The ablution room, a space typically used by Muslims for cleansing rituals before prayer, was found desecrated on April 4 in the Claudia Nance Rollins Building./ Forrest Martin, Assistant Photo Editor. The ablution room, a space typically used by Muslims for cleansing rituals before prayer, was found desecrated on April 4 in the Claudia Nance [...]

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Quezada Selected as 2019 College Orator

Dania Quezada (19C) has been selected as the class orator for the 2019 Commencement Day. Quezada, who is double majoring in philosophy and classical civilization, is a Scholars fellow in the Emory Scholars Program, president of Emory QuestBridge Scholars and founder of the campus organization Undocumented Students of America (USA). “I think this is an [...]

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Emory Responds to College Campus Free Speech Executive Order

Emory is currently reviewing its free speech policies after President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order requiring universities to enforce free speech. “We will review [the] Executive Order, as we believe that robust discussions about important issues, including discourse about freedom of expression, are essential to our nation’s future,” the March 21 University statement [...]

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University to Launch Cox Hall Food Court Renovation Study

Emory is launching a feasibility study to consider renovating Cox Hall Food Court, according to Senior Director of Operations for Campus Life David Furhman. Furhman, who announced the study at a Food Advisory Committee at Emory (FACE) meeting on Monday night, said it will examine space availability in Cox Hall and how to improve wait [...]

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John Barrow: 2020 Election Requires Choosing ‘Purity or Pragmatism’

Former U.S. Rep. John Barrow speaks to Young Democrats of Emory on Tuesday night, explaining that Democrats must choose between "purity versus pragmatism."/Ayushi Agarwal, Photo Editor In a lecture to student group Young Democrats of Emory, former U.S. Representative John Barrow argued that, in the upcoming presidential election, Democrats must choose between a candidate who [...]

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