Poet and Emory professor Jericho Brown creates new poetic form for 'The Tradition'

Poet and Emory professor Jericho Brown creates new poetic form for 'The Tradition'

Inspired by Emory creative writing students, professor Jericho Brown created a new form of poetry for his acclaimed collection, "The Tradition." Learn how Emory's Creative Writing Program nurtures a community of scholars, where students and faculty learn from each other.


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Photos: Vigil for Sri Lanka

The Emory community gathered Tuesday, April 23, in two spaces in Cannon Chapel to remember victims of the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka.

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Emory professor's podcast exploring civil rights cold cases wins Peabody Award

Emory professor Hank Klibanoff's podcast "Buried Truths" was named a winner of the 2018 Peabody Award for Radio/Podcast. The podcast, based on research by Klibanoff and Emory students, focuses on racially motivated crimes from Georgia's civil rights era.

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Therapy dogs support student health and wellbeing

Meet Finn and Beowulf, Emory's certified therapy dogs. Emory is among an early wave of universities to utilize animal-assisted therapy, bringing fluffy fun to campus events and a calming presence to counseling sessions.

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Campus tree leads student to ancient Chinese text and laboratory discovery

Extracts from the seeds of the ginkgo tree show antibacterial activity on pathogens that can cause skin infections, according to a study that started as Emory biology major Xinyi Huang's senior thesis and drew inspiration from an ancient text in the theology library.

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Artist Carrie Mae Weems visits Emory to 'think together the big questions'

As the final speaker in this year's Provost Lecture Series, photographer and video installation artist Carrie Mae Weems explored the legacy of African American identity, class, culture.

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The Peeps experiments: A seasonal celebration of science

Douglas Mulford, senior lecturer for the Department of Chemistry, treats his students every spring to a "Peeps" show, a 45-minute experiment of every chemical thing that you can do to Peeps.