Anwesha Guha

A class-action lawsuit filed Aug. 11 alleges that Emory University breached its fiduciary duties under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) to more than 41,000 employees by incurring excessive fees and retaining poor investments in retirement plans. The suit ...

Library fellow Matthew Strandmark and four panelists launched the Emory Campus History Tour App during “Atlanta’s Living History,” a discussion about Emory’s history using materials from the Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library (MARBL) on Saturday, Sept. 19 in the Jones Room at the Robert W. ...

From the misfortunes of a Who in Whoville to the feats of Horton the elephant and his infatuated but spunky single-tail-feathered lover Gertrude, Dr. Seuss took the imagination to incredible places. “Seussical the Musical” upheld the fascination and splendor that ...

There’s a bag of crispy Doritos eyeing you from the nearby table. You haven’t eaten all day, and you’ve barely eaten for the past two weeks, as you try to reach that tabloid-worthy flat stomach that you want for spring ...

A post-racial America lacks prejudice, denies discrimination and prohibits preference. Or does it? The first scene of playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ play Neighbors opens with a narrator introducing a “barely, barely, barely, barely, barely … ” lit stage with black actors ...