Professors Should Incorporate Technology into Classroom

There is no doubt that a room full of students on their phones instead of engaged with a PowerPoint presentation is frustrating to professors. However, presentations that only regurgitate information and could easily be made accessible online are monotonous for students. There is recent extensive research on the pros and cons of technology in education. [...]

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A Pro-Peace, Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine Voice Exists

Being pro-Israel and anti-occupation are not contradicting views: In order for Israel to be a democracy, Israeli occupation of the Gaza Strip, the Golan Heights, the West Bank and East Jerusalem must end. I have felt very alone at Emory on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, especially this week. I don’t feel welcome by the Zionist organizations, [...]

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Artist Profile|Eitan Barokas: From B-School to SoHo

Courtesy of Sivan Donenfeld   For Eitan Barokas (17B), becoming a professional artist was far from his obvious postgraduate path. A student in Goizueta Business School with a double major in interdisciplinary (IDS) studies, Barokas began creating art in his spare time during his collegiate career. As his love for painting, digital drawing and photography [...]

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Foster the People Deliver on ‘Sacred Hearts Club’ Tour

People often say that good things come in threes, and Foster the People’s engrossing albums are no exception. The band’s first album, “Torches,” is seemingly perfect, and its second album,“Supermodel,” is the underappreciated, often forgotten middle child who deserves more attention. And this past summer Foster the People sprang forth their third album, “Sacred Hearts [...]

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Warhol Exhibit Explores Consumerism, Violence, Environmentalism

Courtesy of the High Museum of Art   Campbell’s Soup and Marilyn Monroe only scratch the surface of the subjects of Andy Warhol’s prints in the current exhibit at the High Museum of Art. An artist praised for his groundbreaking commentary yet criticized for his lack of inspiration, Warhol explored diverse styles and shed light [...]

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