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Executive Editor Rupsha Basu is a College senior from Dallas, TX majoring in Creative Writing/English and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies. In addition to harboring strong feelings about sriracha, she is a Supreme Court enthusiast and dabbles in chicanery. She hopes to one day visit space.

The Emory women’s basketball team fell to Division I Kennesaw State University (KSU) 63-46 in an exhibition game this past Sunday. KSU nearly doubled Emory’s shooting percentage, clocking in 48.1 percent compared to ...

The Emory women’s soccer team played two games over the weekend, drawing against both Brandeis University (Mass.) and New York University (NYU). The game against Brandeis ended in a scoreless ...

The Emory Women’s soccer team played a scoreless game against No. 23-ranked Case Western Reserve University in 110 minutes of play on Friday night. While the Eagles maintained a dominant ...

The Emory swimming and diving teams dove into the season early against Division I Pennsylvania State University at the Woodruff Physical Education Center (WoodPEC) last weekend. Penn State defeated both the men’s and ...

The first-ranked Emory women’s volleyball team lost a pair of games last weekend on the final day of the Emory National Invitational. The Eagles fell 3-1 (25-17, 25-19, 18-25, 25-18) ...

The Emory golf team welcomed their season with a solid performance at the Rhodes College (Tenn.) Fall Classic on Sunday and Monday, tying Centre College for fourth place out of ...

After spending hours responding to fan mail, your On Fire correspondent has had a restful Labor Day weekend and is ready to give the people what they want: unadulterated and ...

After spending hours responding to fan mail, your On Fire correspondent has had a restful Labor Day weekend and is ready to give the people what they want: unadulterated and ...

In the wake of a one-term presidency and widespread public disapproval, Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter took the task of establishing a legacy in stride, creating a presidential library and nongovernmental organization ...