Jacob Durst

Special Projects Editor | Jacob Durst is a Goizueta Business School junior from Dallas, Texas double majoring in business and political science. He has been a big sports fan as long as he can remember, and his teams are the Houston Rockets, Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys. He also wants to throw out there that Sports is the best section.

First Two College Dean Candidate Forums Garner One Student Each

Gene Jarrett (LEFT) and Jeff Legro (RIGHT)/Ruth Reyes, Photo Editor and Nafimul Huda, Senior Staff Two of the four candidates for the new dean of the Emory College of Arts and Sciences held 45-minute open forums in Harland Cinema Friday and Monday to discuss their relevant experience and address student concerns. Only one student unaffiliated [...]

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SPC Students Removed From Artist Booking Process

Wala Hassan (17C) tapes flyers with a quote from author H.G. Wells on Cox Bridge./Michelle Lou, Executive Editor The search for a Dooley’s Week headliner has been assumed by Student Programming Council (SPC) Adviser Vernon Smith and the Division of Campus Life following the revelation that the announced performer was booked through a fraudulent company, [...]

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SAPA Storms Ehrhart’s Talk

State Rep. Earl Erhart (R-Powder Springs) discusses his 'sanctuary campus' and Title IX bill in White Hall March 22./Alex Klugerman, Asst. News Editor/Campus A Georgia state representative drew a crowd of more than 100 Emory community members for discussion of controversial campus-related bills. Georgia Rep. Earl Ehrhart (R-Powder Springs) discussed sanctuary campuses and his related [...]

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After 20-15 Loss, Series Concludes in Tie

Senior Outfielder Wilson Morgan scored three runs in the Eagles' epic final game against Case Western Reserve (Ohio) that featured six lead changes and a total of 35 runs. Gemy Sethaputra/Senior Staff Emory’s baseball team split a four-game series with Case Western Reserve University (Ohio) this past weekend, winning the first two games with scores [...]

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Tonight We Feast: Headlights of Hope

Ladies and Gentlemen, I have been to the Great Wall of China. I have been to the Pyramids of Egypt. But I can honestly say the most amazing thing in the world is seeing headlights pull into my driveway when I’m craving some late night food. We all know that cooking food late at night [...]

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