Oxford College students study art and social justice in New York City

Oxford College students study art and social justice in New York City

After a summer trip to New York to study "From Street Art to the Gallery," students plan to create their own art project on Emory's Oxford College campus.


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It's official: Emory recognized as largest employer in metro Atlanta

Emory University is the largest employer in metro Atlanta, according to a new list published today by The Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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Schapiro: Under Stevens, 'No institution and no person was above the law'

Robert Schapiro, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law at Emory, reflects on the career and legacy of U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who died July 16.

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'Race and the Obama Administration' explores substance, symbols and promises kept

Emory political scientist Andra Gillespie's new book offers a data-driven examination of the outcomes — and perceptions — of the Obama presidency as seen through prisms of race and politics.

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Emory student-athlete conquers Mount Kilimanjaro

Emory volleyball player and nursing student Maureen Schick reached new heights this summer when she climbed to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with her family.

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White promoted to vice president for finance and treasury for Emory

Belva White has been promoted to serve as vice president for finance and treasury for Emory University, effective Sept. 1, after serving as chief business, analytics and operations officer for Emory's Goizueta Business School.

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Emory College graduate wins national leadership award

Leigh Schlecht, who graduated from Emory College in May, has been honored by national leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa for her work in journalism, speech and mass media.