Thomas Kreutz

Associate Editor | Tommy Kreutz (18Ox, 21C) is from Chicago, majoring in creative writing and political science. Tommy is a published poet, whose favorite poetic reads are "Sin" by Ai, "Cortége" by Carl Philips and "A Women of Poetry" by Robyn Schiff. In his free time, Tommy furthers his own stereotype by going around campus, espousing ill-informed tirades about politics, movies and sports, to no one in particular.

Summer Research to Restart, Campus Buildings to Undergo Limited Opening

University libraries and the Michael C. Carlos Museum will open with card access only beginning June 1. /Hagar Elsayed The University released a three-phase plan for restarting summer research and lab activity in a May 15 email to faculty, staff and graduate students. The plan includes safety implementation benchmarks that, if met by labs, may [...]

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College to Implement Race and Ethnicity General Education Requirement in Fall 2021

The College has voted to mandate a race and ethnicity course starting Fall 2021, nearly five years after Black Students at Emory demanded the creation of a “General Education Requirement that focuses specifically on the histories and experiences of people of color.”  President of Faculty Representatives at the Emory College Senate Elena Pesavento said on [...]

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College Council President Asks Emory’s Accrediting Body to Retroactively Grant Passing Grades

After reviewing the results of a survey sent to undergraduate students about possible changes to the grading system, College Council (CC) President Aditya Jhaveri (21C) sent a letter to Emory’s accrediting body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), asking them to “retroactively grant passing grades to students who have faced [...]

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Career Center Weighs in on Emory Students Facing Unemployment

Boisfeuillet Jones Center. Photo by Jason Oh. Goizueta Business School student Max Wang (22B) was set to spend his summer as a tax services intern in Frankfurt, Germany, when he received an email on April 6 informing him that his internship, like many others across the globe, had been canceled. “Roughly two weeks prior they [...]

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