Woodruff PE Center was packed Aug. 29, as first-year students competed in Songfest, a beloved Emory tradition where students from each residence hall perform an original song about their new home.
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Emory has a responsibility to foster difficult conversations and teach students to question their biases and listen thoughtfully to viewpoints different from their own, President Claire E. Sterk explains in a new video.
Emory University's Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) celebrates 20 years of groundbreaking HIV research in 2017. Learn more about Emory's role in HIV/AIDS research in this infographic.
Emory hosted the opening keynote for the Decatur Book Festival and Emory authors were a major part of the festival. Emory's tent in downtown Decatur drew hundreds for book signings, art and the chance to learn about the university's cultural resources.
The Emory campus was blanketed in white Friday when a rare early December snowstorm provided a delightful, unexpected study break for students preparing for final exams.
As construction continues on Emory's new Campus Life Center, students had the opportunity Dec. 5 to have their messages and signatures become a permanent part of the new campus landmark.
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Students, staff and faculty took time to write notes and make photos or videos thanking Emory donors for their support during the fourth annual EmoryThanks Day on Thursday, Nov. 14. See some pictures from across campus.
Faculty, staff and students gathered Nov. 9 on the quad to celebrate Emory¿s first-generation college students with activities and treats. First-gen students make up 11 percent of the Emory College Class of 2023.
Approximately 1,600 members of the Emory community registered to participate in the 16th annual Emory Cares International Service Day on Saturday, Nov. 9.
What's better than a petting zoo? A petting "boo" with adorable puppies dressed in even more adorable Halloween costumes. There were plenty of happy smiles and wagging tails on campus Friday, Oct. 25, as Emory's Pawsitive Outreach offered information on how to volunteer with local no-kill animal shelters.
Rain showers didn't dampen the Homecoming spirit on Saturday. Highlights for students, families and alumni included the annual parade around campus and a concert by Emory alum Kristian Bush.
Students celebrated their love for Emory and Atlanta with "Swoop State" Homecoming activities ranging from carnival-like games and mechanical football rides to live student performances and plenty of photo opps. And fun-loving Swoop was in the middle of it all, as usual.