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Maintenance issues are putting Hamilton Holmes residents in a stinky situation. After reports that the University’s newest freshmen residence hall Hamilton Holmes has been experiencing power outages and faulty toilets, ...

U.S. News & World Report ranked Emory University No. 20 for the third consecutive year in its 2013 edition of “Best Colleges” released Wednesday morning. The news organization uses both ...

Alan Abramowitz, the Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science, has released his forecast for the outcome of the presidential election this November. Abramowitz, who has accurately predicted the popular ...

This summer Emory University announced its commitment to the Conflict-Free Campus Initiative. The initiative includes universities striving for the “responsible sourcing of minerals” from the Democratic Republic of the Congo ...

After students voted last Thursday, several freshmen representatives were chosen to join the Student Government Association (SGA) and College Council (CC). The results were released last night at 8:30 p.m. ...

Former U.S. President and Emory University Distinguished Professor Jimmy Carter discussed issues ranging from recent conflicts in the Middle East to health care at the 31st annual Carter Town Hall ...

Tears filled College junior Jenni Seale’s eyes as 40 students gathered around the Quadrangle’s flag pole in silent darkness on Sept. 11. The only lights shone from the dim flames ...

College freshman Mirandy Li vividly remembers the disaster of Hurricane Katrina, which hit her home in August 2005 when she was 11 years old. Li had to evacuate to Baton ...

While the 2008 presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain featured record-breaking levels of student involvement, many Emory students have expressed varying degrees of apathy toward the upcoming election. ...