Eric Jones

Anderson hosts King Week discussion of ‘I, Too’ documentary

In honor of Emory University’s King Week and National Racial Healing Day, Charles Howard Candler Professor of African American Studies Carol Anderson led a discussion about her documentary “I, Too,” on Jan. 17 at Harland Cinema in the Alumni Memorial University Center. Interim Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences Carla Freeman introduced Anderson [...]

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Biden honors Martin Luther King Jr. with remarks in Atlanta

U.S. President Joe Biden visited Atlanta on Jan. 15 and spoke to a packed house at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where King served as a pastor from 1960 to 1968. Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.), who is the senior pastor at Ebenezer, led the 9 a.m. service.  Warnock introduced other guests in attendance, including Sen. Jon [...]

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Emory admits 1,075 Early Decision I applicants to Class of 2027

Emory University admitted its first members of the Class of 2027 on Dec. 14 with a 31% acceptance rate for the Emory College of Arts and Sciences (ECAS). In total, 722 Early Decision I (ED1) students were admitted to ECAS and 353 students to Oxford College, according to Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Admission [...]

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Informal resolution meetings increase under unified Honor Code

Before Emory University’s new honor code went into place, Associate Dean and Director of the Honor Council Jason Ciejka (11G, 17L) said that about half of students with honor code violations opted to have an informal resolution meeting (IRM). Now, Ciejka said they’re seeing over 70-75% of students use the IRM process, which allows students [...]

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