Emory Life

Roy L. Simpson, an assistant dean at Emory’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, was walking the streets of Provincetown, Mass., when he ran into two of the most beautiful ...

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Michelle Lou (pronounced ‘low,’ like the Flo Rida song) (18C) took a somewhat circuitous route throughout her Emory career. The Goizueta Business School dropout wrapped up her political ...

Self-care is key to college success, and sleep is a crucial aspect of that. Sometimes, getting a good night’s rest is more important than studying that extra hour. To keep ...

Cara Clements (22C) used to be bullied in middle school because she had scoliosis. But after winning several beauty pageants within the Miss America Organization, she has become a vocal ...

Asian-American activist Stephanie Zhang (22C) said she doesn’t want to have to care about social justice — she wants to “be like the white students and not have to care.” ...

Let’s be honest. We’re a month and a half through 2019 and most of us have abandoned our new year’s resolutions faster than emails from Ray and Luna enter my ...

Tiki Tango, which opened Feb. 15 to replace the three-story Midtown favorite Lava Lounge, missed the mark on saying “Aloha” to those looking for a hideaway oasis. Although the bar’s ...

Though Raney Branch (02C) now boasts roles in television shows such as “The Originals,” “Being Mary Jane” and “Bones,” the Emory alumnus first took to Los Angeles in 2007 with ...

A taste of Vietnam is closer than you think, tucked away in a pedestrian-only side street, past a boring brick wall where several instagrammers are snapping photos. Pho 24 is ...