Zero Waste: Abandoning the Trashy Life

Monica Lefton/Senior Staff Writer Each American produced an average of 30 pounds of trash per week in 2014, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Applying that statistic to the undergraduate population at Emory, students would theoretically produce a whopping total of 237,480 pounds of trash per week. Hopefully we don’t produce quite that much trash [...]

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The Experience After Emory: Zachary Suchin

Courtesy of Zachary Suchin When Zachary Suchin (06C) arrived on Emory’s campus as a freshman in 2002, he quickly grew unimpressed with the coordination of campus nightlife. After Suchin realized that individuals from various fraternities threw fliers under the doors of female undergraduates so that students knew which clubs would be popular each night, he [...]

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Secondhand Style Makes Great First Impressions

Monica Lefton/Senior Staff Writer In case you’ve missed the Career Center’s steady stream of emails or the non-BBA students roaming campus in business professional attire, it’s officially interview season. Like cuffing season, interview season is a time when students realize they might need some longer-term commitment in their lives — beyond a work-study position at [...]

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‘Suspicious Package’ Triggers Bomb Scare, Deemed ‘Harmless’

Parth Mody/Photo Editor Police issued an “all clear” after Emory Police Department (EPD) and DeKalb County Police responded to a report of a suspicious package at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Administration Building (WHSCAB) Thursday afternoon. Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR) received a notice of a “possible suspicious package” on the plaza adjacent to [...]

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String of Car Break-ins Strikes Emory

A series of nine car break-ins at various parking decks and lots on Emory’s campus were reported this past week to the Emory Police Department (EPD), according to EPD Sgt. Alex Mawson. EPD has received 17 reports of car break-ins total so far in 2018. In the past week, break-ins have been reported at the [...]

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