Xavier Stevens

Students volunteer for MLK Day On

On Monday, I stepped off an Emory University shuttle with twenty other students at a four-story brick building in downtown Atlanta. About two dozen people lined the sidewalk in an assortment of sleeping bags and wheelchairs. Some watched us walk into the Gateway Center, a homeless service center with housing and addiction programs for the [...]

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The crossroads of campus and community

When Samantha Lanjewar (24G) wakes up in her North Decatur apartment, the first thing she does is check the shuttle schedule. She needs to figure out if she can walk or run to her shuttle stop about 15 minutes away. Today, Lanjewar is jogging and slips onto the shuttle for a ride to Asbury Circle [...]

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Maggie’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill: the Emory tradition

It usually takes Ivan Faulkenberry a minute to find the right key for the door. Once inside, he flips on the lights; the neon of Miller Lite, Yuengling and Modelo cast a red-and-blue haze across the room. In the glow, the 81-year-old walks past six booths made from the steel doors of old shipping containers, [...]

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The ups and downs of biking at Emory

A crowd of 17 Emory students wheeled their bikes over to the 1 Eagle Row parking deck  on Saturday afternoon. They meet in front of the Fixie bike shop every other weekend with the common goal of all college students — obtaining free food. The group set off on their bikes, along a familiar route [...]

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