All posts by "Greg Kimmerer"

Ancient Mediterranean Studies is one of Emory’s smallest programs. Six years ago, only two students chose it as a major; today, that number has risen to nine. But the topics ...

Self-care is key to college success, and sleep is a crucial aspect of that. Sometimes, getting a good night’s rest is more important than studying that extra hour. To keep ...

Professor of Practice Hank Klibanoff has spent years investigating and writing about cold cases from the civil rights era. It’s no easy task — the 2007 Pulitzer Prize winner has ...

From dreams of becoming a teacher to transforming state education programs, former Republican Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (80C) credits his time at Emory as formative in shaping his career path. ...

The nutrition label for WUNDERGrubs cookies lists familiar ingredients like flour, sugar, baking powder, vanilla extract and chocolate chips, along with one oddball: mealworms. Founded in 2016, WUNDERGrubs sells a ...

The Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University mock trial teams competed head-to-head in the final round of the Peach Bowl Invitational, which was hosted by Emory for the first ...

Estrella, a recently opened Yucatan-inspired restaurant, offers many surprises — not all of them good. The luxurious ambience and location were high points, and a few dishes delighted my taste ...

As the number of refugees worldwide climbs to record highs and the partisan divide in the U.S. over accepting refugees grows, one Emory professor has taken matters into her own ...

As students moved onto campus in August, Swoop wasn’t the only bird to help them settle in. Scooter company Bird’s motorized scooters are now a daily part of the bustling ...