Author: Jordyn Libow

First-time voters talk candidate research, poll experiences

As an eager first-time voter in the Georgia midterm elections, Kate Richardson (26C) did her research.  She went about her voting preparation “academically,” researching all of the candidates and issues on the ballot for this election from various websites to inform her vote. Abby Charack (26C) did the same. Charack said she reads the news [...]

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Emory clubs mobilize early vote, educate young voters

In an effort to drive Emory students to cast their vote early and empower them with education on the importance of voting, student advocacy organizations hosted a “Party to the Polls” event on Oct. 28. Around 30 students were greeted at Asbury Circle by a lively DJ playing upbeat pop music, free food from the [...]

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Queen Churro caters to students, aims to bring sense of home

The sweet aroma of cinnamon-sugar and decadent dulce de leche is a familiar scent at Emory University’s Atlanta campus events. It belongs to Queen Churro, a food truck recognizable by its blue and white design, and well known among students for its delicious treats and hospitable customer service. Queen Churro has served Emory’s campus at [...]

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Five must-see nature destinations a day trip from Emory

Amicalola Falls State Lodge and Park About 1.5 hours from the Atlanta campus lies Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge, a nature-lover’s dream turned into reality. “Amicalola” derives from the Cherokee language, meaning “tumbling waters,” a fitting title for the highest waterfall in Georgia, standing at 729 feet. Located in Dawsonville, Ga., the park offers [...]

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