Varun Gupta

Anytime between the crack of dawn and nightfall, Emory students living on campus are bound to intermittently hear the droning sound of helicopters circling overhead. Far above the chatter of campus in the helicopter cabin, a team of highly trained ...

As students moved onto campus in August, Swoop wasn’t the only bird to help them settle in. Scooter company Bird’s motorized scooters are now a daily part of the bustling crowds of students moving between classes. From Baltimore to Berkeley, ...

Within walking distance of the Atlanta Braves’ SunTrust Park, the newly opened El Super Pan at The Battery could look the part of any other casual sports bar. Step inside, however, and the Latino sandwich diner begins to narrate its ...

A quick Google search for “consulting blog” registers the blog of Emory Lecturer in Organization and Management John Kim (05B), “Consultant’s Mind,” as the first result. Kim created Consultant’s Mind in April 2012 to define the role of consultants and ...

Although Emory senior security officer Dennis House might appear intimidating in uniform, students often stop by the Woodruff Library security desk to exchange greetings and jokes with him. The Emory Wheel shadowed House during part of the library’s latest shift, ...

A stark black background. Big red letters. One speaker, centerstage. This is the classic recipe for TEDxEmory speeches. However, none of these elements were present at the quiet, intimate setting of the social justice organization’s inaugural “roasTED” event, held on ...

A team of five Emory students and one Emory professor, known as “Iris,” beat out more than 195 applications from 15 countries to become one of eight finalists in the 2018 Amazon Alexa Prize competition. The team ranked fifth in ...

Offset by a vibrant arrangement of contemporary art splattered across the interior, Japanese Shoji lamps — spherical translucent paper fixtures — were the only telltale signs that I had entered Lifting Noodles Ramen, a new food stall. The traditional Japanese ...

For teenaged Ymir Vigfusson, hacking into company servers was like playing Pac-Man at an arcade. It was a game, one that appeared to be isolated from any real consequences, said Vigfusson, who is now an assistant professor in the Department ...