Emory University welcomes first set of students into the Class of 2023

Emory University welcomes first set of students into the Class of 2023

Emory University received a record 1,910 applications for the first round of Early Decision admission, welcoming 559 outstanding students to Emory College and 256 to Oxford College, including a record 32 scholars from the QuestBridge National College Match program.


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Studying 'science of sleep' helps students build healthy habits

'Tis the season for final exams, holiday parties, travel and all manner of food and drink — any one of which can play havoc on your sleep. Learn the strategies that students in Emory's 'Science of Sleep' class are exploring to improve your sleep habits.

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Emory's Board of Trustees elects new members

Emory's Board of Trustees has elected two new members: Sarah Beth Brown, global customer director of The Coca-Cola Company; and Edward Jenner Wood III, chair of the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation.

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Promising poet: Emory senior wins national writing awards

Christell Victoria Roach, winner of this year's Hurston/Wright Foundation Award for College Writers, finds inspiration for her poetry through research in Emory's extensive archives on African American history and culture.

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Your past is calling: Can you ID stone toolmaking 'ring' tones?

Emory anthropologist Dietrich Stout invites you to participate in an online experiment, investigating the human ability to discriminate and interpret the sounds produced by stone toolmaking.

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Punk is alive and well, thanks to Emory class and Rose archives

The Rose Library's punk collection inspired instructor Joseph Fritsch to offer a "Punk's Not Dead" expository writing class this semester, giving students an opportunity to enhance their writing while learning about punk's history and culture.

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Power and precision: Emory Proton Therapy Center officially opens

With the opening of the Emory Proton Therapy Center, a first in Georgia and one of fewer than 30 in the nation, Winship Cancer Institute adds a powerful radiation therapy option to its broad array of cancer-fighting tools.