Students-Turned-Publishers Help Create COVID-19 Children’s Books

As a high school student passionate about creating accessible educational resources, Sarina Adeline McCabe (22C) hoped to publish books one day. When she started at Emory in 2018, she manifested her dream and founded the publishing company, Ember Publishing House, with her then-roommate, Kalyani Allums (22C).  Sarina McCabe (22C) founded Ember Publishing House to create [...]

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A Day at Emory University, From the Other Side of the World

I would much rather be writing this sitting at my desk in my Clairmont apartment, attending my classes at 2:30 p.m., instead of groggily paying attention at 12:15 a.m. Nevertheless, like most Emory students, I’ve had to adjust to online learning. Unlike most Emory students my home is a ten-hour time difference from campus, with [...]

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Seniors Tackle Science of Brewing Beer

After two months of production, Joseph Piccolo (18Ox, 20C), Christopher Adesanya (18Ox, 20C) and Christopher Schwaiger (18Ox, 20C) revealed their home brewery project to Emory’s senior class. Adesanya posted on Facebook page “Senior Tuesday” asking for empty bottle donations, so the trio could bottle their batch of amber ales on March 4.  They even offered [...]

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Okiboru Ramen Brings Japanese Dipping Ramen to Atlanta

Recognized in the 2019 Michelin Guide, Los Angeles’ very own Okiboru Tsukemen and Ramen opened its second location in Sandy Springs, Ga. in January 2020.  The founders, who trained in Japan to master the craft of tsukemen, strive to spread this style of “dipping ramen” outside of Japan. The restaurant’s minimal menu of four tsukemen [...]

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‘Frozen 2’ Updates Disney Staple

Courtesy of Disney From the film’s music to its lead female characters, 2013’s “Frozen” was a magical and mesmerizing hit. Idina Menzel’s “Let it Go” became a popular viral sing-along song and the film became Disney’s shining star. In the form of Halloween costumes and princess dolls, everyone was smitten by the characters of the [...]

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