Category: Featured News

COVID-19 Cases Decline but Many Remain in Quarantine

Emory experiences slight decrease in cases Emory continues to record a decline in COVID-19 cases among students, faculty and staff, reporting 40 cases this week, eight fewer than the previous week. This represents an almost 26% decline from two weeks ago, when the University recorded 54 cases. Of these, 20 were off-campus students, 11 were [...]

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Emory Professor Nominated for NAACP Literature Award

  The NAACP nominated Professor of African American Studies Kali Nicole Gross for the organization's 52nd Image Awards in the “Outstanding Literary Work - Nonfiction” category on Feb. 4 for her book “A Black Women’s History of the United States.” Gross co-wrote the novel with Chair of the History Department at The University of Texas [...]

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Sophomore Advisors to Receive Compensation Next Fall

After Sophomore Advisors (SAs) pushed to receive compensation for increased workloads and COVID-19-related stress last fall, the Office of Residence Life agreed to pay SAs starting in fall 2021. Some current SAs received emails from their complex directors stating that during the 2021-2022 school year, SAs will receive a housing stipend of $3,000 per year, [...]

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