Graduate Student Braves Violence, Poverty to Attend Emory

Moving to another country is usually difficult because there are language and cultural barriers. Garang Buk Buk Piol (20G), a graduate student from South Sudan, had a more difficult time than most international students at Emory. Buk Buk, who was a victim of armed conflict and a child soldier in Sudan in the 1990s, had [...]

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Bartos Embarks On Political Career

In 1993, Jeff Bartos (94C) ran for vice president of Emory’s student government association and won. Twenty-five years later, he won the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. This November, the Emory alumnus is up for election to the second-highest executive position in public office in Pennsylvania. After graduating from Emory with a major [...]

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