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The Office of Residence Life and Housing (ResLife) established a new assistant director of operations for sorority and fraternity housing this semester. Jeff Tate, who now holds this position, wrote ...

The University has appointed a 16-member advisory committee to search for the next provost, Emory’s chief academic advisor. The committee, which plans to gather input from the Emory community, will ...

For Emory housing, it’s in with the new and out with the old. Emory completed several major housing projects this summer, including the demolition of Trimble Hall and the opening ...

The University’s new email system, Microsoft Office 365, replaced Learnlink for student email and calendar on August 10, but LearnLink remains in use for conferences. All email for students, faculty ...

Stand-up comedian Amy Schumer, Swedish DJ duo Cazzette and American band Slightly Stoopid are among the performers that the Student Programming Council (SPC) has booked as part of Homecoming Week. ...

The University has eliminated all temporary smoking zones on campus, thereby completely prohibiting tobacco usage at Emory University. The move marks the final stage of its tobacco-free policy, which became ...

As Phase I of Emory Point, the mixed-use development located adjacent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nears completion, more retail locations, restaurants, and residential spaces are becoming ...

Students eager to momentarily escape campus will soon be able to do so at a variety of new shops and restaurants in addition to a park that will come to ...

The Student Programming Council (SPC) will no longer co-host the Block Party, an annual fall concert for students on Eagle Row. The move will enable SPC to fund smaller initiatives ...