Olympus Brews Up Fresh Flavors

Non-GMO, gluten-free, organic, Georgia-grown and plant-based. If you want a kick of sweetness without the calories or the guilt, the newest stand at the Emory Farmers Market, Olympus Greek Teas, has the perfect beverage for you. Located across from Doggy Dogg and Revolution Doughnuts, the beverage stand sells four flavors of their naturally caffeinated drinks [...]

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Yarbrough: Jack Of All Trades

Students who find themselves facing a particularly confusing issue might consider turning to Emory University’s ombudsperson, who helps students resolve academic and non-academic conflicts at the University. In managing the position, Director of the Center for Women Dona Yarbrough, Emory’s ombudsperson, assists students with a range of issues including financial aid billing, transcript problems, Honor [...]

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Chance the Rapper’s ‘Slice’ Fails to Deliver

Austin Vesely, previously known for directing Chance the Rapper’s “Sunday Candy ‘Short Film’” and other music videos, makes his feature debut as the writer and director of A24’s new horror comedy “Slice.” Featuring Chance the Rapper and Vesely himself, “Slice” is a unique and quirky movie with cinematography, techno tunes and sharp colors reminiscent of [...]

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Poetry in Performance at ‘Poetic Justice V’

Ayushi Agarwal/Photo Editor Seven poets shared stories filled with emotion, metaphor and creativity in their slam poetry performances at Poetic Justice V on Sept. 6. The event was the fifth in a series of slam poetry competitions held every semester by creative writing student Jordyn Crayton (19C). Crayton opened the event with the performance of [...]

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