Emory Advances to NCAA Tournament

Courtesy of Priyam Mazumdar The Emory women’s basketball team defeated the University of Rochester (N.Y.) 78-54 on Feb. 23 for a fitting end to their senior day. The win brought the Eagles to an overall record of 19-6 and their University Athletic Association (UAA) record to 10-4 and helped to secure a spot for the [...]

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Eagles Hold Scoring Clinic

Sophomore guard Nick Stuck drives to the hoop in a game against Brandeis University (Mass.) on Jan. 25./Harry Zhang, Contributing The Emory men’s basketball team, currently the University Athletic Association’s (UAA) top-scoring team, showcased their prowess against Brandeis University (Mass.) and New York University this past week. The Eagles’ game on Jan. 25 against Brandeis [...]

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Team Dazzles in Season Opener

The No. 18 Emory men’s basketball team opened their regular season with an electrifying 98-80 win on the road against Piedmont College (Ga.) after an exhibition game against the University of North Georgia on Nov. 4. The Eagles jumped to a commanding 44-32 lead in the first half with 11 points from sophomore forward Matt [...]

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Emory Community Gathers to Mourn Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Victims

More than 100 Emory community members gather outside Cannon Chapel in remembrance of the victims of the Pittsburgh shooting./Nassem Yousef, Staff "Silence in the face of bigotry is acquiescence,” Emory Professor of Holocaust Studies Deborah Lipstadt said at an Oct. 29 gathering to mourn the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. In wake of [...]

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Pike’s Charter Suspended

Pike’s charter is suspended because of its debt and decline in membership./Ayushi Agarwal, Photo Editor Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) nationals has suspended the Emory chapter’s charter pending inevitable revocation. Pike nationals cited the chapter’s accrued debt and a sharp decline in membership over recent years as reasons for the suspension, according to former chapter President [...]

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