Emory Follows Obama-era Title IX Policies, Reviews Interim Guidelines

Emory will continue to enforce Obama-era Title IX guidelines regarding university sexual assault cases, though the U.S. Department of Education announced interim guidelines while it develops replacement policies. The Title IX changes were announced Sept. 22, and interim policies will replace the previous Obama-era guidelines, according to a Sept. 22 Department of Education press release. [...]

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Still Undefeated: Life at Emory Sans Football

Emory students hail from all over the world, bringing with them their own diverse cultures and identities. The Class of 2020 alone includes students from 48 states and 78 countries, according to Emory News Center. Some students are thousands of miles away from home, and some are experiencing a culture completely alien to their own. [...]

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Women’s Soccer Takes Down UChicago in Conference Opener

Their contribution was not logged onto the final box score, but consider the Emory swimming and diving team’s cheering a factor in women’s soccer’s 2-0 win over the University of Chicago (Ill.) on Saturday. The Eagles handed the fourth ranked UChicago Maroons their first loss of the season, kicking off University Athletic Association (UAA) conference [...]

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