Emory Life

Imagine a mother, caregiver, full-time employee at Emory and a student. One person at Emory, Jannell Goodwin-Farley (19C) is all of these things. But after May 13, she will lose ...

If Rey Martinez wanted, he could be a gambler. To many, his luck is uncanny. Even as he stared down the barrel of a gun in a Florida Marriott, his ...

As a first-generation college student at High Tech High Chula Vista, a high school in San Diego with predominantly low-income, first generation students, Rafely Palacios (19C) noticed that her more ...

Tucked between Flying Biscuit and Kale Me Crazy at the Toco Hills Promenade, Pao Pao Ramen Factory & Bar opened its second location in March 2019 after success at their ...

When Maria McNiece (20B) began making needlepoint in the summer of 2018, she never imagined sharing her pieces with anyone but friends and family. Now, the self-taught artist has sold ...

When Claire Pomykala (21C) first pitched the idea of a mural to The Pulse, Emory’s literary and arts anthology, in October 2018, she didn’t think it would get approved. But ...

In 2013, at the Red Lion bar in Manhattan, N.Y., Anthony Morano (08B), then working at a startup called Huli, asked Leila Elamine (07Ox, 09C) to dance. Elamine was visiting ...

For some, the Atlanta BeltLine provides a picturesque opportunity to hike, bike and explore the city. The 22-mile loop of trails and parks, based on old railroad corridors, claims to ...

When Brian Tolleson (95C) first came to Emory, he, like many students, wanted to become a doctor. However, like many pre-med students, he soon encountered a hurdle that would impede ...