Ulia Ahn

Ulia Ahn (24C) is from McLean, Virginia, majoring in international studies and Spanish and Portuguese. She enjoys running and exploring new foods and restaurants.

Goizueta Student Turned One of Atlanta’s Top Innovators

Creating a program, foundation or business from scratch is a daunting task. Ensuring it continues to run smoothly while benefiting its intended communities is an even larger challenge. The student behind two startups demonstrates the power of social change and innovation from this new generation of leaders. On Nov. 24, the Atlanta Business Chronicle recognized [...]

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Joy, Relief, Surprise: Class of 2025 ED I Admits Celebrate Acceptances

Amid a raging pandemic killing thousands by the day, happiness and hope have been hard to find. But last week, hundreds of high school students experienced a rare taste of normalcy: being accepted into their first choice college. “I was so surprised I got into Emory,” Tallulah Story (25C), a QuestBridge Scholar from Maui, Hawaii, [...]

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Early Decision I Applications Grow by 8%

The Class of 2025 welcomed 769 new members to Emory University on Dec. 9 through the first round of Early Decision applications. Even amid public health and economic complications brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University received 1,975 early decision applications, an 8% increase from last year. The College admitted 614 students and Oxford [...]

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This Fall, First-Years Disregarded the Community Compact and Went to Bars

This past semester under pandemic restrictions, first-years who lived on Emory’s campus found new ways to spend their weekends. While some students followed COVID-19 safety precautions during social outings, Uber drivers reported a vastly different reality for other students who frequented bars and clubs. “People don’t wear masks when inside places,” said German Martin, an [...]

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A Thanksgiving to Remember

After my flight home to Virginia on Nov. 23, I woke up just before noon on Thanksgiving Day to catch the Macy’s Day Thanksgiving Parade, only to be disappointed by this year yet again. Backup dancers wore masks in an unusually empty area, no volunteers walked the big balloons down the street and stationary actors [...]

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