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Emory welcomes diverse Class of 2019

After setting records for applications, the Class of 2019 arrives with impressive academic abilities and extensive extracurricular accomplishments. Find out more about the newest Emory Eagles.

By the numbers: How the incoming class adds up

Take a closer look at the demographics of first-year students in Emory College of Arts and Sciences and Oxford College.

Photos: Campus traditions greet new students

From enthusiastic volunteers helping carry belongings into residence halls to the beloved Coke Toast, Move-in Day gave students their first taste of Emory's community spirit.

Transformed MARBL showcases Emory's literary collections

Explore the extensive renovations to the Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library, offering expanded space befitting the university's internationally acclaimed collections.

Woodruff's legacy gives gift of top scholars

Thirty years after the first Woodruff Scholars graduated, the largest recruiting class in the program's history enters Emory College. Get to know a handful of these promising new students.

Campus Life 'Top 10' priorities focus on building community

As the new academic year begins, Campus Life launches efforts to bring students together through dialogues, mentoring and new gathering places.

Take Note

Former President Jimmy Carter discusses cancer treatment

Woodruff Library introduces new students to resources with Aug. 25 tours, lunch

App makes it easier for students, staff to get a 'SafeRide' on campus

Faculty in the News

Walter J. Curran Jr.
"Ailing Jimmy Carter 'at ease with whatever comes'," New York Times, Aug. 20

Jessica Thompson
"Ape-like ancestors may have used stone tools to cut up animals," Daily Mail (UK), Aug. 18

Jeff Lesser
"What Brazil's protests mean,", Aug. 17

Welcoming students on Move-in Day

Welcome to the 2015-16 academic year!

Emory Report marks the start of the new semester with three special eBulletin editions this week. Check your inbox on Tuesday and Thursday for more "Back to School" coverage, from new faculty and resources to fall’s coolest courses.

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