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The DeKalb County School District (DCSD) is suing Atlanta to invalidate Emory’s annexation into the city, which cost the school district about $2.5 million in property tax revenue. DCSD alleges ...

T Cooper Joins Emory’s Creative Writing Program American novelist T Cooper has joined Emory’s Creative Writing Program, according to a May 22 email from Academic Program Coordinator Paula Vitaris to ...

Milwaukee voters painted a largely pessimistic vision of the United States in an Emory-sponsored May 15 focus group, characterizing the nation’s political climate as “tense,” “divided” and “chaotic.” The focus ...

The University is planning major renovations to Goodrich C. White Hall, which could include redesigned classrooms and increased handicap accessibility, according to Facilities Project Administrator Dwight Raby. The renovations, which ...

On April 28 at 7:52 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to multiple reports of suspicious activity on Dickey Drive. When the officer arrived, he found a male Emory student ...

Former Atlanta Mayor Hospitalized at Emory Former Atlanta Mayor and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Andrew Young was admitted to Emory University Hospital (EUH) on Wednesday afternoon ...

Former Emeritus Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Economics Richard Muth, a pioneer in the field of urban economics, died on April 10 at 90-years-old after battling gallbladder cancer, chronic obstructive ...

Emory’s Panhellenic sorority chapters are voting on ending Novemberfest and other rule changes regarding recruitment. Its format is similar to the formal recruitment process that occurs every January. Associate Director of ...

Alumni of Emory’s chapter Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) intervened to support the chapter after the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life’s (OSFL) did not offer the fraternity the 10 Eagle ...