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.

College to Evaluate GER Curriculum

The Office of Undergraduate Education plans to present recommendations for changes to Emory College’s general education requirements (GER) for the undergraduate curriculum starting in fall 2021, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education Joanne Brzinski said. Any recommendations must be approved by the College Faculty Senate before implementation.  The class of 2025 will be the first [...]

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University Hosts Week-Long Celebration of First-Generation College Students

Emory held its first inaugural First-Generation Week from Nov. 6 to 13 with virtual and in-person events. Engagement ranged from Lullwater Preserve hikes with first-gen faculty to a live stream Netflix Party of the documentary “Becoming” by former first lady Michelle Obama.  “They’ve done a First-Gen Day, but it wasn’t marketed as much,” Alvin Huezo [...]

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Emory Village’s Rise-n-Dine Closes After 13 Years

After 13 years in Emory Village, Rise-n-Dine, a breakfast and lunch restaurant, announced on Oct. 30 through their Instagram that it will close permanently as a result of COVID-19 related financial losses. Although the restaurant was working with its landlord to extend rent deadlines, it could not keep up with the expenses after closing in-person [...]

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Jason Carter Replaces Former President Carter at 39th Annual Town Hall

Departing from a 39-year tradition, former State Senator and 2014 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter replaced his grandfather, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, as the keynote speaker in this year’s annual Carter Town Hall. Jimmy Carter was unable to be the speaker at the event for the first time due to continuing recovery from a [...]

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‘Pretty Good’: Students Quarantined at Conference Hotel Laud Emory

Two months into the fall semester, Emory’s process for housing COVID-positive, on-campus students has become a well-developed system that has prevented Emory’s main campus from large-scale COVID-19 outbreaks.  “Emory did a pretty good job,” said a student who was isolated and requested to remain anonymous. “It wasn’t a bad experience. I would rather have been [...]

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