With plucky, sometimes surprising repertoires, harpists from around the world meet at Emory this week for concerts, workshops and classes, including a diverse slate of public performances.
Emory professors Ruth Parker and Arri Eisen reflect on the Orlando tragedy and the discussions it sparked for students participating in the Emory Italian Studies Program, who learned of the attack while studying abroad.
As Emory University prepares for the November arrival of Shakespeare's First Folio from the Folger Library, the Emory Libraries will exhibit "A Goodly Commodity: Shakespeare in Pop Culture" from June 29 to Feb. 26.
A chance meeting on a plane led Emory College student Trinity Kronk to a research project that expanded her career path and could contribute to a better understanding of the drugs needed to treat high blood pressure.
Thirteen diverse projects will receive grants through the inaugural Green Labs at Emory and Green Offices at Emory programs, created to fund innovative sustainability efforts led by faculty, staff and students.
After a breakout performance at last year's national championships, Andrew Wilson will compete for a spot on Team USA in Rio de Janeiro. Joining him at the Olympic trials will be Emory teammates Christian Baker and Oliver Smith, as well as PhD student Maddie Locus.