Emory Life

Bestselling author Roshani Chokshi (13C) guides a tour at the Michael C. Carlos Museum on Sept. 28. Chokshi’s recent novel, “Aru Shah and the End of Time,” a novel rich ...

Fall in Atlanta brings leaves spilled onto streets, a dip in temperatures and an opportunity for fashionistas to experiment with new layers and textures. As Fall officially arrived this past ...

It’s 1:30 a.m., you are slurring your words and swearing as you bump into the furniture in your room. You frantically pace around in restlessness, rambling about how you think ...

East Atlanta Village is thriving with local art and unique independently owned restaurants lining the tight road of Glenwood Ave. With the East Atlanta Strut Festival well under way when ...

Move-in week consists of hundreds of excited freshmen, dozens of minivans and U-Hauls and absolute pandemonium. The process of selecting housing can appear fairly straightforward, but with housing only guaranteed for ...

Surrounded by the gray marbled pillars of Milan’s Palazzo dei Giureconsulti, Braden “Brady” Goodman-Williams (19B) strode down Serbian designer Hana Sirco’s spring/summer 2018 (SS18) runway in a silky, cerulean blouse, ...

In the hushed candlelight of the Michael C. Carlos Museum’s third floor, Ebrik Coffee Room has set up the humble beginnings of its third location in a quaint corner. A ...

In 1993, Jeff Bartos (94C) ran for vice president of Emory’s student government association and won. Twenty-five years later, he won the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. This ...

As students moved onto campus in August, Swoop wasn’t the only bird to help them settle in. Scooter company Bird’s motorized scooters are now a daily part of the bustling ...