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Ajay Nair, Dean of Campus Life Last year, there was a new man on campus, and he's made a huge impact so far. When Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair joined the Emory community last year, he brought a lot of experience with him. Previously, he served as Senior Associate Vice [...]

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5 Must-See Places on Campus

The Dobbs University Center, known by most students as the DUC, is a hotbed for Emory activity. It's also home to one of the most central and essential first-year watering holes: Dobbs Market. A tip: Dobbs Market, not unlike most other things located in the university center, is referred to simply as "the DUC." Freshmen [...]

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Get Outside the Emory Bubble!

Walk the Atlanta BeltLine Originating from a Georgia Tech student's masters' thesis, the Atlanta's BeltLine is a series of mixed-use trails along the old railroads in the city. It's a great way to do some urban nature hiking, and there's protection with the new BeltLine police force. The Eastside trail, which runs from Inman Park [...]

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What to Expect as a Freshman: Executing the Solo DUC Run

It's happened to all of us during freshman year. You're hungry. You're tired. You don't want to walk all the way to Zaya's, and Cox is already closed. So you text your roommate and your friends from your floor, but they've all already eaten. The friend you sat next to in PACE, maybe he'd like [...]

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Emory’s Best Events

Songfest At some point during orientation (and throughout the rest of your Emory career), a particular t-shirt will remind you that Emory does not have a football team. So, instead, we get excited about watching the newly-indoctrinated Emory freshmen awkwardly belt cover versions of popular songs and flail around in an attempt at organized choreography [...]

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