Prof. Spotlight: David Samuel Levinson | Former Creative Writing Fellow’s Book Inspired by Emory

  David Samuel Levinson, Former Creative Writing Fellow David Samuel Levinson created “one of the most despicable characters in all of literature” in “Tell Me How This Ends Well,” according to one Goodreads review. But the former Emory Creative Writing Fellow in Fiction took the criticism in stride: “I couldn’t have gotten a better compliment,” he [...]

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You’ve Got Kale: ATL Grocery Guide

After a long Sunday afternoon of hitting the books, you’re too tired to make your way to the Dobbs University Center (DUC) for dinner. You open your mini fridge slowly, searching to stifle the hunger pangs in your stomach and see a cup of yogurt, some leftover pickles and the cream cheese you stole from [...]

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The Cuban Scene is ‘Papi’ng | Point’s Newest Restaurant Offers Fresh Food, Subpar Service

Papi’s serves their empanada sampler with salsa verde and garlic mayonnaise. Liwen Xu/Contributing writer Buena Vista Social Club’s “Candela” — a traditional salsa track  — played in the background and filled the otherwise modern, casual ambience of Papi’s Cuban and Caribbean Grill, the newest Emory Point restaurant. The chain, which provides affordable and savory meals, [...]

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