Nearly 1,400 new students moved in at Emory University with the help of orientation staff and administrators. Welcome home, class of 2018.
Students and alumni share what the Emory College undergraduate experience means to them.
Is war ever truly inevitable? In the latest installment of Emory Looks at Hollywood, conflict resolution expert and Emory professor Shawn Ramirez gives advice about how the apes and humans in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes could avoid war.
Two doctors from the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University have pioneered a surgical procedure that is speeding recovery and improving quality of life for cancer patients.
Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. For National Stroke Awareness Month, Daniel Barrow describes the two broad categories of stroke.
Emory University information systems professor Ram Chellappa discusses the issues surrounding net neutrality and how it may change the way we use the internet.
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A team of volunteers helped move new students into Emory residence halls Saturday.
From Aug. 21, 2014: Two Americans infected with the Ebola virus while providing humanitarian aid in West Africa have been discharged from Emory University Hospital.
Q&A from Aug. 21, 2014, news conference held at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, GA.
Emory University physics professor Justin Burton is studying glacier loss in his lab to better understand how the Earth is effected by climate change.
Physicians at Emory University Hospital recently spoke at a news briefing about Ebola patients being treated in a special isolation facility. Watch highlights of their remarks.
In this latest installment of "Emory Looks at Hollywood," neurologist Krish Sathian debunks the lingering yet popular myth that people use only 10 percent of their brains, perpetuated in the new movie "Lucy."