Emory Life

A quick Google search for “consulting blog” registers the blog of Emory Lecturer in Organization and Management John Kim (05B), “Consultant’s Mind,” as the first result. Kim created Consultant’s Mind ...

Chido and Padre’s entrance welcomes guests with a brightly lit decor and drapes of bright magenta, delicate turquoise and sunset orange. Latin music streams from inside to match the colorful ...

Emory Buddhist Club celebrates its first Buddha Day on April 19 to honor the life of Buddha. Students gather at Cannon Chapel Brooks Commons for Buddhist songs and chants, as ...

The first time Jinhye Jo tried to escape North Korea, she and her family turned back because her mother was too weak to walk any further. An open wound on ...

“Over easy” refers to preparing eggs such that the white is cooked while the yolk is just barely set to provide the perfect combination of textures. This column, much like ...

Devika Harlalka (18C) views the annual Emory Muslim Students Association (MSA) Art Gala Exhibit at the Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) on April 13. This year’s theme, “Resist,” focuses ...

Professor of Pedagogy in Economics Shomu Banerjee sat on his office chair, a bag of ice in his hand. He injured his knee running after the bus that morning and ...

A cheerleading enthusiast, a bowler, a future law school student, a former security employee and a 76-year-old mail expert — these are the people who help students anxiously awaiting their ...

The DUC-ling, notorious for mediocre vegetarian and vegan options, made a surprise move when it supported Interdisciplinary Studies major Isaac Goldman (19C) in his environmental  initiative to test the Beyond ...