With a record-breaking number of undergraduate applicants, Emory selects the Class of 2021 from among an unprecedented field of bright, eager learners.
With the spring allergy season well underway, Emory Healthcare allergist Marissa Shams, MD, demonstrates how to properly use a nasal steroid spray and discusses when to see an allergist, what to expect, and the purpose of allergy shots.
"Do You Believe in Magic?" is the theme of TEDxEmory's 7th annual conference, slated for Saturday, April 1, in the Woodruff Health Sciences Center auditorium.
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"Dooley's Galaxy: Where the Afterlife Is Out of This World" is the theme of this year's Dooley's Week, the beloved Emory student tradition honoring the university's unofficial mascot. Events begin Monday.
Students in Emory's Greek organizations faced off against chefs from Emory Dining on March 25 for the final rounds of the first annual Greeks Go Green vegetarian chili cook-off.
Delivering the keynote "State of Race" address for Emory's Social Justice Week, "Saturday Night Live's" Sasheer Zamata says we need to push beyond our discomfort and talk about racism.
Philosopher Naomi Zack, author/editor of more than 15 books on race and rights, will discuss "Applicative Justice, Race and Mixed Race" for Emory's annual James Weldon Johnson Distinguished Lecture.
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- Deborah Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies