Emory Life

Estrella, a recently opened Yucatan-inspired restaurant, offers many surprises — not all of them good. The luxurious ambience and location were high points, and a few dishes delighted my taste ...

By now, students have grown accustomed to the blue fences, detours and construction of the Emory Student Center (ESC), formerly known as the Campus Life Center (CLC). As the building ...

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, ...

Enthusiastic but bleary-eyed student teams who had been working on developing business ideas for the annual HackATL event pitched their proposals before a panel of five judges on Sunday morning. ...

Pictures of various primate species crowd the walls of Charles Howard Candler Professor of Primate Behavior Frans B.M. de Waal’s office. Known for his research on primate behaviors — specifically ...

As the number of refugees worldwide climbs to record highs and the partisan divide in the U.S. over accepting refugees grows, one Emory professor has taken matters into her own ...

Moving to another country is usually difficult because there are language and cultural barriers. Garang Buk Buk Piol (20G), a graduate student from South Sudan, had a more difficult time ...

Artist Jonny Sun discussed reconciling his creative side with Asian stereotypes at an Oct. 20 event hosted by the Emory Asian Student Organization (ASO). The creator of graphic novel “everyone’s ...

When Rei Wang (07C) entered college, she pursued a degree in international studies with hopes to work in government or diplomacy. Soon after graduation, however, Wang began to notice that ...