Stephen Fowler

Stephen Fowler 16C is the political reporter at Georgia Public Broadcasting, the statewide NPR affiliate in Georgia. He graduated from Emory with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and covered the central administration and Greek Life for the Wheel before serving as assistant news editor, Emory Life editor and the Executive Digital Editor from 2015-16.

Group Holds Rally Over Candler Award Winner

More than 40 people attended a rally Friday held in response to the conferral of the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award to H. Eddie Fox ('62T), whom some members of the Emory community have recently described as "anti-gay." The "Rally for an Inclusive Emory" was organized by the Candler School of Theology Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and [...]

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Simon Delivers Lectures on Songwriting, Writer’s Conundrum

Musician Paul Simon gave three of his four lectures for the 2013 Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature reflecting on his career and growth as a songwriter Sunday and Monday. The lectures were held in Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Simon has had a career that has spanned five decades, received 12 Grammy Awards – including the [...]

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LGBT Groups Dispute Candler Award

Members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community are voicing concerns over the selection of an Emory alumni for a Candler School of Theology award because of his alleged role as an "anti-gay" leader while serving in various governing bodies of the United Methodist Church, according to Jan Love, dean of the Candler [...]

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Emory Study Links Testicle Size to Nurturing

Men with smaller testicles are more likely to be involved with the care of their toddlers, according to a recent study conducted by Emory anthropologists. The study was authored by Postdoctoral Fellow Jennifer Mascaro, Project Coordinator Patrick Hackett and Laboratory for Darwinian Neuroscience Director James Rilling of the University's Laboratory for Darwinian Neuroscience. The report [...]

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