The MLAO House: A Home for Students and Art

From the outside, the Media, Literature and Arts Outreach (MLAO) house at Emory is indistinguishable from the fraternity houses that surround  it — large and regal, only missing Greek letters. Apart from the pool table in one of the rooms, venturing inside the house, the space feels very much like an art gallery. Visitors immediately [...]

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The Emory Bayit: More Than a Place to Live

“If you have a rough night, you can go read your ‘warm and fuzzies,’” College sophomore Leah Neiman said, regarding one of the many perks of living in the Emory Bayit house — a home for Jewish students who want to grow and sustain their culture at Emory. The “warm and fuzzy jar” is one [...]

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Review: Food Trucks at Music Midtown

“I’m hot. I’m tired. I’m hungry.” This was most likely the sentiment of the many Emory students at Music Midtown this past weekend as the sun had reached its peak and there was a break between headliners. Don’t get me wrong: music festivals are a blast. The eclectic crowds, good company and, of course, the [...]

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