Category: Campus Life

“Forbidden Loves and Secret Lusts”: Rose Library hosts exhibition featuring queer pulp fiction

In celebration of Pride month, Emory University’s Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library is showcasing queer pulp fiction books in an exhibition called “Forbidden Loves and Secret Lusts: Selections from the Golden Age of Queer Pulp Fiction.”  The exhibit, which includes about 30 rare books about lesbian and gay relationships — as [...]

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Exploring the past, present and future of Dooley’s Tavern

A sign posted on the front door warns visitors: “DON’T ENTER.”  A decrepit building tucked behind Haygood Hall, Dooley’s Tavern appears to be forgotten by Emory University’s Oxford community. The white paint has been chipped away by time, exposing the building’s wood scaffolding. Most windows are boarded up, and entrances are locked.   A glance inside [...]

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Crossing the stage, turning tassels

For the first time in three years, Emory University’s graduation and Commencement festivities took place on campus, starting with undergraduate Class Day Crossover on May 5 and culminating in Emory College, Goizueta Business School and the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing undergraduate graduation ceremonies on May 9. In 2020, graduation and Commencement occurred completely [...]

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The 22 defining stories for the Class of 2022

Acceptance rate drops to 18.5 percent Alex Klugerman | March 28, 2018 Emory University welcomed the Class of 2022 during an admissions cycle with a 16% increase in applicants and an 18.5% acceptance rate, 3.3% decrease from the previous year. Applicants were also more competitive, boasting increased mean standardized test scores as well as a [...]

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A puzzle master, an investigative journalist and a Disney executive walked into Emory

Edwin Trevathan (82M, 82PH) Courtesy of Edwin Trevathan Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health (Tenn.) Director Edwin Trevathan (82M, 82PH) credits his love for the Emory University School of Medicine to his scholarship interview getting pushed back.  With nothing to do until his interview, Trevathan wandered down the street to the Centers for Disease Control and [...]

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