Emory Life

The Atlantan Tibetan community in conjunction with the Students for Free Tibet (SFT) Emory Chapter held a vigil last Thursday to raise awareness about the recent increase in self-immolations taking ...

The wet season had passed, but still the sky hung heavy and low over the Zombo district in northwest Uganda. Clouds rolled over the forested hills, filling the occasional dale ...

This week I went to a Model UN conference in Washington, D.C. Except it wasn’t in D.C. It was in Bethesda. Bethesda is next to D.C. The thing about cities ...

Sometime in the third millennium BCE, at the height of the Egyptian Old Kingdom’s glory, the scribe Wehemka and his wife Hetepheres were laid to rest in an underground tomb ...

Sitting on the Quad on Tuesday, I’m the only one. No one crosses it, no one uses it. Maybe it’s because it’s still wet, but that doesn’t bother me. I ...

I was told that on a clear day, Mount Kilimanjaro dominates the horizon. The perfect angle would provide a jaw-dropping view of the a lone peak amid the sprawling savanna, ...

Last weekend I went to a frat party at Georgia Tech. Girls go there. But mostly boys. At Tech, all their undergrads study practical things like science and engineering. They ...
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Some students stand out more than others at Emory, sweaty athletes taped and iced after a hard practice to frantic freshman lamenting over their first midterms. But in the hustle ...

Attitude check: standing in the middle of Wonderful Wednesday and being trampled by undercover orientation leaders, neon collars peeking out from subtle sweaters, may be something in the category of ...