A Guide to Smoothie Spots on Campus

Parth Mody/Photo Editor When you accidentally snooze your morning alarm one too many times or have to run straight from class to a club meeting, sit-down meals at the DUC-ling aren’t always realistic. If you can’t factor a full meal into your schedule, then take advantage of the multiple Emory cafes that offer smoothies to [...]

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Fall for Emory’s Best Running Trails

November offers perfect fall temperatures to get outside and get back in shape. Rather than spending hours on the outdated ellipticals at the Woodruff P.E. Center, students can use these nearby trails to get some much needed time outdoors and maybe even spot a cute dog or two. Emory Village Loop (1 Mile) Although the [...]

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Trafficked Alumna Recounts Traumatic Past

In 2005, Rachel Thomas (06C) walked Emory’s campus living in “a secret hell” for months. Putting up a front to her parents and friends, pretending to be a flourishing student, she spent her nights at Magic City, an Atlanta strip club, coerced into “modern-day slavery” as a victim of human trafficking. She faced sexual coercion [...]

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Duck Donuts is a Hole in One

Students looking for a new DUC in their lives should look no further. Located in Tuxedo Festival retail center in Buckhead, Ga., Duck Donuts offers a warm taste of homemade donuts with seemingly endless combinations of flavors. With bright pink cabinets covered in rubber ducks beneath light blue walls, the store creates a kid-friendly aura [...]

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Moon Shines Bright at Oxford | Oxford Dean Talks Student Life, Legacy

After Emory’s first-ever Songfest, Dean of Campus Life at Oxford College Joseph Moon, who worked to bring the event to the Emory community, Moon deemed it a “pretty modest but high spirited affair.” Freshmen had flooded the bleachers on the soccer field, unsure of what to expect from the new event that lacked the hype [...]

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