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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 ...

Maximilian Aue, a professor of German Studies who founded the University’s longest-standing summer study abroad program to Vienna in 1973, died on Aug. 6. He was 69. The cause was ...

The nearly 1,300 seniors graduating at the University’s 167th commencement ceremony next Tuesday will say goodbye to the four years that helped them find jobs, discover their interests and further ...

After eight years at Emory, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Earl Lewis will be leaving the University in January 2013 to become president of the Andrew W. ...

Emory will officially be running on Dunkin’. Dunkin’ Donuts will be replacing Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Dobbs University Center (DUC) and is expected to open in mid to late ...