From a lively arrangement of Hanukkah songs to reflective renditions of Christmas carols, December means the return of cherished campus traditions and the debut of new concerts filled with holiday cheer.
New research indicates that persistent inflammation affects the brain in ways that are connected with stubborn symptoms of depression, such as anhedonia, the inability to experience pleasure.
Ten Emory undergraduates and two faculty will be official U.N. observers at the upcoming 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Emory University student Leah Michalove is one of 32 American college students selected as a 2016 Rhodes Scholar.
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The second volume of "The Complete Prose of T.S. Eliot: The Critical Edition," co-edited by English professor emeritus Ron Schuchard, has won the Modernist Studies Association's inaugural prize for a distinguished edition.
From using a spin bike to generate electricity at Woodruff PE Center to planting a garden on Eagle Row, winners of this year's Incentives Fund grants have diverse plans to further green goals on campus.
Hundreds of members of the Emory community came together Monday for a candlelight vigil in response to violence around the world, including last week's deadly terror attacks in Beirut and Paris.
Diwali, one of the most lavish student events at Emory, marked its 25th anniversary this year. See photos from the sold-out Nov. 7 gala, which drew a diverse crowd of about 700 attendees.
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- Drew Westin, professor of psychology, on fear in politics after the Paris attacks.