CoLA's final report encourages expanded engagement, including what has been dubbed "intellectual tailgating" to broaden the reach of major university speakers or events.
As a class assignment, Donna Troka and her students learned how to use infographics to convey the message and mission of community partner Lifeline Animal Project.
Halloween events at Emory's Atlanta and Oxford campuses range from an organ concert with Count Dracula to "Zombies and 'Zombethics'," the annual "scholarly discussion about the (un)dead."
Wednesday's 'Teach-In Against Hate' drew hundreds to the Emory Quadrangle to respond to anti-Semitic graffiti targeting Alpha Epsilon Pi, a historically Jewish fraternity.
New materials added to Flannery O'Connor archive
A tour of the new materials recently received from the Mary Flannery O'Connor Charitable Trust.
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All Oxford College Community Classroom (OCCC) sessions are free and open to the public. Visit website for details on sessions offered.
Course Reserves is a new tool for Library patrons. Students are able to access course materials identified by faculty for their classes. The tool is used in all libraries that offer course reserves.
Emory Law Professor Michael Perry predicted discord would result from the U. S. Supreme Court's opinion on a 2013 same-sex marriage case. And indeed, a year after the decision, same-sex marriage cases were in progress in five federal appeals courts.
Head volleyball coach Jenny McDowell earned her 600th career win Sunday afternoon as the Eagles staged a dramatic rally over Carnegie Mellon in its final match of the University Athletic Association Round Robin I.