Emory Life

When Rachel Lindsay was sent home without a rose in the ninth week of “The Bachelor,” it seemed like she had made a mistake. She left behind a promising career ...

On any given day, Emory School of Law Adjunct Professor Charles Kuck’s law firm handles more than 20,000-25,000 immigration cases. One of his current clients goes by the name of ...

Professor of Theater Studies John Ammerman sits at a table during rehearsals for “The Tatischeff Cafe.” In character, he places a small bag on top of the table, leaning a ...

  The Cannon Chapel will soon have to find a new keeper of the cross. When custodian Gerald Alford isn’t around, moving the Cannon Chapel’s 10-foot-tall cross takes two people ...

With spring break starting to feel like a distant memory and finals still a while away, it’s an in-between time of year at Emory. But don’t fret — there’s still a ...

As a vegan, it’s often difficult for me to dine at restaurants without changing a dish past the point of unrecognition, so you can imagine how overjoyed I was to ...

Spring is springing and campus is abuzz with excitement and events. From the long-awaited dismantling of the blue construction fences to the cultural excitement of Tibet week, spring is a ...

With the average cup of coffee at Kaldi’s now at risk of contamination, the Emory population is left in desperate search for a more sanitary means of caffeination. Starbucks Coffee’s ...

Kara Jacobson (89Ox, 91C, 93PH) has danced for over 30 years. From performing as an undergraduate to opening her own studio to choreographing a performance at the 2019 Super Bowl, ...