Zoe Friedman

Zoë Friedman (22C) is from Rockville, Maryland, and intends to major in business. Aside from running XC/Track for Emory, she is also the Director of Outreach for the Goizueta Marketing Club. In her free time, she enjoys making magazines, devising healthy gluten-free recipes, and operating her various entrepreneurial start-ups.

Oursler Dances in “Mamma Mia”

By night, 19-year-old Carolyn Oursler (22C) sings and dances onstage in the ensemble of “Mamma Mia,” a production by  The Legacy Theater in Tyrone, Ga. But, Oursler is more than just the youngest cast member in the production. By day, she is a full-time student at Emory University. Oursler proves that balancing student life with [...]

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Alumnus Nonprofit Rescue Cafe Barks for Change in Atlanta

Under a sunny sky in Candler Park, girl scouts laugh around a picnic table, fashioning dog leashes from used climbing rope. At the head of the table, CEO and founder of Atlanta Rescue Dog Cafe (ARDC) Aaron Fisher (97C) measures the rope against his arm and demonstrates the proper knotting techniques. These leashes are part [...]

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The Hike to 19,341 Feet Above Sea Level

  The Schick family reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, standing at 19,341 feet above sea level./ Courtesy of Maureen Schick Despite eight days of treacherous climbing, marked by oxygen deprivation and fatigue, Emory volleyball player Maureen Schick (21N) and her family were in high spirits. They were climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak and [...]

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Coaches Procure Job for Longtime DUC Employee

If you climb up the the spiral staircase of the Woodruff Physical Education Center (WoodPEC), you might see Customer Service Representative Bobbie Whipple smiling behind the second floor attendant's desk. Whipple came to the Emory community in 1996, when she first started working as a line cook for Aramark, Emory’s previous food service provider for [...]

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Tibetan Monks Finish Emory Residency

Like most Emory seniors, Yeshi Dorjee and Stanzin Wangdan are gearing up for graduation: they are wrapping up their last few courses and planning to move at the beginning of the summer. Unlike the average Emory senior, however, neither are 22-year-olds off to graduate school or corporate America. Dorjee is 37 and Wangdan is 31, [...]

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