Author: Xavier Stevens

Chow Club: a gateway to the world in Atlanta

On the sidewalk near M.L.K. Jr. Dr., “CHOW” written in yellow chalk with an arrow forward led me to an underground restaurant. Stories below the ground-level of Atlanta, I found a diverse community gathered at folding tables and chairs sharing a meal together. I sat at a table with a group of strangers, all with [...]

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Sweet Caroline: Emory men’s soccer hosts DIII NCAA tournament

The Emory men’s soccer team embraced senior goalkeeper Jack Hudson on the field, as students and supporters chanted Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” that played over the speakers at the Woodruff Physical Education Center (WoodPEC).  On the afternoon of Nov. 13, the Eagles faced off against the Centre College (Ky.) Colonels in the first round of [...]

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Emory’s Role “In the Wake of Slavery and Dispossession”

Carol Henderson takes the podium at “In the Wake of Slavery and Dispossession” symposium after several performance artists, dancers and priests acknowledge their ancestors through readings, music and prayers. She is the vice provost for diversity and inclusion, chief diversity officer, adviser to the president, co-chair of the Symposium Steering Committee and a powerful speaker.   [...]

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