Category: Features

Breakfast: Highland Bakery

The Sunday brunch lines are intimidating at this Old Fourth Ward eatery (although they thankfully take to-go orders), but you can understand its popularity when you bite into the sweet potato pancakes. The affordable sandwiches come with a variety of bread choices since Highland Bakery mills its own chemical-free grains, making them into some of [...]

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Breakfast: The Flying Biscuit Café

The epitome of the Southern breakfast, the Flying Biscuit has been an Atlanta staple since 1993. Check out the Breakfast All Day menu – creamy grits, textured omelettes, oatmeal pancakes – what more could you ask for? Its multiple locations (the original is in Candler Park) are perpetually busy on weekends, but those mouthwateringly-perfect biscuits [...]

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Breakfast: The General Muir

This New York-inspired Jewish deli is right on our doorstep in the new Emory Point complex, offering handmade, kettle-boiled bagels (with schmear or fish), freshly-baked pastries, Batdorf & Bronson coffee and a variety of other brunch foods. Voted this year's best new restaurant by Atlanta magazine and Creative Loafing (mazel tov!), the General Muir's management [...]

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EDM Captures Argentine Music Scene

This is an exciting time for electronic music at Emory, in Atlanta and all over the world. Danny Avila, an 18-year-old electronic music DJ from Madrid, Spain will perform at Swoop's Week this Friday. Avila won Vicious Magazine's "Best Newcomer DJ Award" at the age of 16 and, since then, has been making a big [...]

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What’s New at Emory?

A lot can change in one summer, and indeed, a lot has changed at Emory. While students were away interning, traveling or doing absolutely nothing, Emory was hard at work reshaping and redeveloping parts of campus. A lot of effort and funding goes into the types renovations Emory completed over the summer, and while there [...]

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