Prisoners’ Education is Essential: Emory Must Expand Prison Learning Programs

They dress in uniforms, report for counts throughout the day and undergo constant surveillance. But when these incarcerated men and women enter the classroom, they are students in their professors’ eyes. Universities across the country are realizing the benefits of prison education programs. As an institution in the state with the highest rate of correctional [...]

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Arts Funding is Missing at Emory

Daniel Meek/Contributing I remember my tour of Emory fondly: the tour guide directed us around campus, and as we passed the Atwood Chemistry Center, she noted that Emory is both a strong research institution and a liberal arts college. But now that I’ve had time to observe the state of liberal arts on Emory’s campus, [...]

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