Emory Life

As the number of refugees worldwide climbs to record highs and the partisan divide in the U.S. over accepting refugees grows, one Emory professor has taken matters into her own ...

Moving to another country is usually difficult because there are language and cultural barriers. Garang Buk Buk Piol (20G), a graduate student from South Sudan, had a more difficult time ...

Artist Jonny Sun discussed reconciling his creative side with Asian stereotypes at an Oct. 20 event hosted by the Emory Asian Student Organization (ASO). The creator of graphic novel “everyone’s ...

When Rei Wang (07C) entered college, she pursued a degree in international studies with hopes to work in government or diplomacy. Soon after graduation, however, Wang began to notice that ...

Lauren Gunderson (04C) was a College senior completing a degree in English and creative writing when her play, “Leap,” premiered in February 2004 as one of the first professionally produced ...

Though college is typically characterized by casual hookups — made increasingly easier by dating apps like Tinder and Bumble — some students choose to tie the knot during their undergraduate years. ...

As enrollment for Spring 2019 rolls around, students are once again preparing to grab a seat in a major-required class before the green circle turns into a cold, blue box ...

Although dozens of bustling food stalls fill the open space of Krog Street Market with scents from all across the globe, Pho Nam brings the mouth-watering aromas of authentic Vietnamese ...

While fictional characters such as Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and Katniss Everdeen are well known to any young-adult reader, they are far from representative of their diverse readership. However, Roshani ...