Student Tours (in under 2 minutes)


In this new series of videos, Emory students talk about some of their favorite buildings (in under 2 minutes).

Asbury Circle (and Dooley) by Megan Sypher (Psychology) and Gloria Kang (English and Sociology)

Carlos Museum by Caitlin Ryan (Anthropology and Art History)

Chemistry Buildings by Kerry-Ann Pinard (Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology)

Computing Center in Cox Hall by Christopher Rhodes (Theater Studies)

Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts by Sarah Coleman (Spanish and Music Major)

DUC (Dobbs University Center) by Timothy Harland (Theater Studies & Psychology)

Emory Village by Michael Goldberg (Spanish and Economics)

Lullwater Preserve by Saager Sheth (Chemistry)

Mathematics & Science Center by Matt O’Brien (Business and Political Science) and Lauren Henrickson (Linguistics)

PAIS (Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies) by Sally Peterson (Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology)

Visual Arts Building, by Megan Sypher 12C (Psychology)

White Hall by Megan Sypher (Psychology)

Woodruff PE Center by Dillon Potish (Economics) and Hannah Hooten (Nursing)

In the News: Emory’s Student Hardship Program


From today’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution (College students aid peers in need, Dec. 9, 2011)…

The Emory Student Hardship Fund opened less than a month ago to provide emergency aid to students who find themselves in a crisis not covered by traditional financial aid. The program’s organizers, two Emory seniors, said the grants provide students with a lifeline that allows them to stay in school.

Read more

See program website

See video introducing the program (March 2011)


Techung and Guang Wang in Concert


Techung, a newly appointed Emory artist affiliate, and Guang Wang, cellist for the Vega String Quartet, Emory’s Quartet in Residence, perform “Gampa Lamo,” a song from the lay Tibetan musical tradition, at a concert of traditional Tibetan sacred music [December 2, 2011, Carlos Museum Reception Hall].

See previous post (with a video of Techung and Guang talking about the upcoming concert)


Fall 2011 Quadrangle


See the College’s fall 2011 Quadrangle Magazine for features such as . . .

Dean’s Letter & Editor’s Letter (on our commitment to the liberal arts)

Profile – Prof. Hank Klibanoff (“Free press, hot topics, cold cases”)

Profile – Eduardo Hazera 12C (“Playing the whole scale”)

You’re Majoring in What? (“Liberal arts in the game of life”)

Boom Years (“New thinking on old age”)

Bookmarks (Iconoclast (Harvard Business Press, 2008) by Gregory Berns, Distinguished Professor of Neuroeconomics)

Kudos (Diane Kempler, Visual Arts)

See full table of contents

See full pdf version