TEDxEmory: The Beauty of Things Unseen

Powerful ideas swept through Woodruff Health Sciences Administration Center on Feb. 27 at the sixth TEDxEmory event: The Beauty of Things Unseen. This conference brought together 12 speakers to share their stories with hundreds of audience members in the auditorium. At TEDx events, either TED Talks videos are screened alone or in combination with live [...]

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Emory Students to Compete Nationally in L’Oréal’s Case Competition

A team of three Emory students has advanced in the L’Oréal Brandstorm 2016, a marketing-based competition for students to offer their creative marketing ideas to one of L'Oréal's international brands, La Roche-Posay, a makeup and skincare cosmetics line, which is the focus case for competition this year. The Emory team will compete against teams from [...]

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‘Dear White America’ Author Discusses Race, Moral Bankruptcy

It’s not every speaker who calls out a major portion of his audience. “You are the site of the morally corrupt. You are a lie,” Emory Professor of Philosophy George Yancy said to the white audience members at his lecture, “A Gift to White America: The Power of Un-Suturing." The event, hosted at White Hall, [...]

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Presidential Selection Forums Draw Few Students

Presidential Selection Committee members met with Emory students last week in an open forum to gauge students’ hopes and expectations for the next University president. Eight students attended the forum on Wednesday, Jan. 19, and three of them left without providing any comments. Of the 15 students who attended the forum the next day, two [...]

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Sleeping Ambulance Driver Causes Emory Bus Crash

An Emory University bus crashed into a building at the intersection of Candler Road and Glenwood Road just after 6 a.m. on Dec. 8, according to 11alive. DeKalb County Police said a non-emergency ambulance ran a red light and hit the bus. The bus then crashed through the front glass of the building that houses [...]

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