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By now, students have grown accustomed to the blue fences, detours and construction of the Emory Student Center (ESC), formerly known as the Campus Life Center (CLC). As the building slowly comes to life, Director of the Student Center Operations ...

Emory has begun developing a new capital projects “master plan” that will outline goals for how the University should design and construct new infrastructure. The plan will anticipate the University’s future infrastructure needs for the next 30 years and identify ...

A new Campus Life Center (CLC) on Emory’s Oxford campus is set to be completed by January 2019, adding a central space for students, according to Oxford College Dean of Campus Life Joseph Moon. Construction on the project will begin ...

Before Emory students became accustomed to the tune of the Westminster chimes every 15 minutes, myriad melodies rang out from Cox Hall’s Clock Tower, including “The Addams Family” theme song. Officially named the Robinson Clock Tower after former Emory trustee ...

Campus Life Center (CLC) construction worker Michigan Moses Goldsby likened his daily routine to going hunting — one of a few analogies he often makes about his life. “You [have to] be in a certain psychological space to endure that ...

No campus student organization will receive permanent space in the Campus Life Center (CLC), according to Assistant Vice President for Community Suzanne Onorato. Student organizations that need meeting space will be able to use 25Live to reserve spaces for a ...

Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life Ajay Nair, known around campus for his social justice advocacy and Greek life initiatives, is set to step down this March to become president of Arcadia University (Pa.). During his five-year tenure ...

University Senate Votes to Send Tax Act Protest Letter The Emory University Senate voted Tuesday to send letters to U.S. representatives and senators for Georgia to express concerns for the proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In particular, the letters ...

Scholar Finds Luther’s Handwriting via Emory Library A retired professor from the University of Gottingen, Ulrich Bubenheimer, discovered the handwriting of Protestant Reformation leader Martin Luther on a document via Pitts Theology Library’s digital archives. Pitts Theology Library at the ...