Mass Incarceration Conversation Series Continues Focus on Reshaping Black History

“We are still actively waiting for justice for Breonna Taylor.” Emory Assistant Professor of African American History Carl Suddler’s opening remarks during the second event in the Department of History series on racism, injustice and incarceration in the U.S. reminded attendees that the criminal justice system is broken.  The virtual Zoom event, which centered around [...]

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Off-Campus First Years Struggle to Find Place at Emory

With nearly a quarter of Emory and Oxford College’s Class of 2024 living away from campus this semester, they have had a far from conventional start to their college experiences. Online coursework has presented its own challenges, but for those students living at home, establishing personal connections with peers has been daunting and at times [...]

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