More than just a place to meet, Emory's new Centro Latino provides a unifying presence shaped by students and intended to kindle cultural connections.
A new clinical study at Emory University is testing whether microneedle patches applied to the skin may be a safe and effective alternative to conventional flu shots. The study is currently underway and enrolling volunteers.
Inspired by folk remedies, research led by Emory ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave shows that leaves of the European chestnut tree contain ingredients with the power to disarm dangerous staph bacteria without boosting drug resistance.
Members of the Class of 2019 faced off Thursday night for Songfest, a competition in which students from each residence hall perform original tunes singing the praises of their new home. Find out the winners and learn more about this university tradition.
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With the new academic year under way, Emory's calendar is packed with a variety of engaging artistic, athletic and academic events. Check out these 10 activities to add to your agenda.
From Ferguson to climate change, Emory professors offer multidisciplinary courses exploring the critical issues of our time. Explore a sample of fall semester classes that are timely, creative or just plain cool.
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"In the interest of securing any deal rather than the right deal - politics over principle - the president and the diplomats he sent to negotiate seem to have forgotten or perhaps never learned why Iran must not get a nuclear weapon. "
- Kenneth Stein, professor of Middle Eastern History, on the proposed Iran nuclear deal