Singh Talks Creative Inspiration

It was hard to miss contemporary street artist Abhishek Singh’s massive live painting, a form of performance art painted in the public sphere. On Jan. 14 and Jan. 17, Singh constructed a rendition of the elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha in the Emory Student Center. His residency at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum was completed on [...]

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Food Terminal Cooks Up Ode to Malaysian Cuisine

Located in the heart of the Georgia Institute of Technology neighborhood in West Midtown, Food Terminal opened its second location on Oct. 8. The Asian fusion restaurant puts a modern spin on Malaysian cuisine and other Asian food. Malaysian chefs Amy Wong, who sold street-style noodles from a kiosk in Malaysia at the age of [...]

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Medical Students Fundraise in Protest of Georgia Heartbeat Bill

After Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed the heartbeat bill banning abortion after six weeks of conception on May 7, Emory School of Medicine students Anders Olsen (18C, 22M), Harrison Goodall (22M), Mackenzie Bennett (22M), and Johnathan Kofi Vordzorgbe (22M), among many other medical students, decided to help secure safe reproductive services for women in Atlanta.  [...]

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Weinberg Weil’s Path from the Olympic Pool

In the early eighties, most high school seniors were busily stressing about college in the near horizon. Wendy Weinberg Weil (82A), on the other hand, was rigorously training to swim for the U.S. Olympic swim team in the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, where she won the bronze medal in the 800-meter freestyle. Six years [...]

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Alumnus Musician to Release New Piano Rock Album

Rock and roll music reverberated throughout the popular college bar Maggie’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill when Craig Greenberg (98C) and his friend took the stage in 1996. Back then,a throng of college student cheered excitedly for his music. Today, after travelling  the streets of Chile, Spain, Mexico and Italy with his guitar, he now continues [...]

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