Emory Must Spend More on Mental Health to Meet Student Demand

If you tried to seek help at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) this semester, you probably encountered over a month-long wait for an appointment. The fact that students have to wait this long for a service they pay Emory to provide is ridiculous. A Week of Protest chalking that read “you chose to pay for [...]

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Cox Bridge’s Atlanta-Themed Mural Brings Back the Arts

The mural outside Cox Hall features prominent Atlanta icons including the Vortex skull. Claire Pomykala (21C) and Sierra Basquez (21B) hope to finish the mural in time for the Spring 2019 Commencement ceremony./Ayushi Agarwal, Photo Editor When Claire Pomykala (21C) first pitched the idea of a mural to The Pulse, Emory’s literary and arts anthology, in [...]

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University Responses to Free Speech Unequal

One of the chalkings left by Emory Week of Protest (WOP) before an Emory Police officer ordered their erasure on April 16/Ayushi Agarwal, Photo Editor Emory must do a better job of living up to its Open Expression Policy. On April 15, chalkings appeared around the Quad protesting the University’s spending priorities. The chalkings were [...]

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