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The demolition of the currently vacant Bishop’s Hall, as part of Phase II of the Candler School of Theology construction, will begin this month, according to University architect Jen Fabrick. ...

Jackie Waynick isn’t the only one at Emory Point who says that business is slow. Very slow. To her and the rest of the open retailers in the still-developing complex ...

Students often have moments of genius that begin with the words “what if” and eventually get lost in the bustle of busy schedules and extra-curricular activities. Next spring, however, Emory ...

A Mediterranean-inspired comfort food restaurant is set to open in Emory Village in early to mid-February. With construction already well underway, Zoe’s Kitchen will be located directly across from the ...

President Obama’s second-term victory following the Nov. 6 presidential election has led some members of the Emory community, in addition to national journalists and political analysts, to criticize the Republican ...

  A 45-foot long bus emblazoned with the words “C-SPAN” stationed itself in front of the Woodruff P.E. Center on Wednesday afternoon.   The Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network (C-SPAN) is ...

Frustrated students took to Facebook Monday night to complain about the first few hours of the Add/Drop/Swap time period, which started Monday. Many complained that they were not able to ...

More than 200 University students and faculty protested in front of and inside the administration building on the Quadrangle Tuesday, voicing their concerns about the department changes announced earlier this ...

Emory’s Student Government Association (SGA) passed a resolution in opposition to Chick-fil-A’s presence on campus last night. Andy Ratto, a representative of the Emory LGBTQ community, presented the resolution. The ...