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Since the tragedy at Newtown, Conn. shook the United States on Dec. 14, the debate over gun control has made its way back into the national spotlight. In the past ...

David Levinson (’09C) has not seen or talked to his father in six years. A history major and a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, Levinson is like ...

The College will officially reduce its graduation requirement to 124 credit hours from 128 next fall because of a second faculty vote approving the change at a meeting last month, ...

Think the common chimpanzee, or Pan troglodytes, doesn’t know how to play fair? Think again. At Emory’s Yerkes National Primate Center, post-doctoral researcher Darby Proctor and Emory professor and primatologist ...

Emory’s Athletics and Recreation Department has reduced the cost of Fitness Emory classes at the WoodPEC in order to increase student participation. Students can now attend an unlimited number of ...

Students at Emory are not taking proper measures to protect their bicycles, according to the Emory Police Department (EPD). Last year, 73 bikes were stolen on campus. The number has ...

Those suffering from blindness may now have hope. The Emory Eye Center is one of the few centers in the country to use a new technology that addresses blindness caused ...

By the slimmest of margins, College faculty voted in favor of an independent review committee that would investigate the decision-making process that led to the department changes announced last semester. ...

Members of the Emory faculty have circulated an open letter among their colleagues in support of College Dean Robin Forman and the Financial Advisory Committee’s involvement in the decision to ...