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Carol Anderson, Tayari Jones Nominated for NAACP Image Awards Two Emory professors were nominated for the 2019 NAACP Image Awards for their literary works. Carol Anderson, who serves as Charles Howard Candler Professor of African American Studies and chair of ...

President Donald J. Trump’s attacks on the scientific community spurred Jasmine Clark (13G), who graduated from Laney Graduate School in 2013 with a doctorate in microbiology, to become involved in politics and run for the Georgia House of Representatives. Clark, ...

Iran. Libya. North Korea. Somalia. Syria. Venezuela. Yemen. After the Supreme Court’s ruling in Trump v. Hawaii, individuals from these seven countries will be restricted from entering the United States out of a concern for national security. Debates about constitutional ...

University President Claire E. Sterk released a Tuesday statement expressing disappointment in the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban and vowed to “ensure that Emory’s doors remain open to bright, dedicated thinkers from all nations, ...

Emory Acquires Obama Inaugural Poet’s Papers The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library acquired a new collection of papers from poet Richard Blanco, who delivered his poem “One Today” at former U.S. President Barack Obama’s inauguration in ...

When President Donald J. Trump unmasked his federal spending plan for 2019, unveiling a number of budget changes on Feb. 12, a notable provision emerged for current and aspiring college students. Trump is proposing changes to the way student loan ...

When we learned about the 17 deaths of innocent students and staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., we were deeply disturbed. But sadly, massacres have become more of a norm than a rarity. In 2017, ...

About 60 Emory and Atlanta community members mourned the 17 lives lost and discussed gun control laws at a Feb. 16 vigil on Cox Bridge for the Parkland, Fla., high school mass shooting. “We stand here together today to pay ...

“I think we are pretty close to a laughingstock at this point,” Walter Shaub Jr. declared of the United States before he resigned as the director of the Office of Government Ethics (OHE) in July 2017. Two months later, former ...