Dooley's Week, Emory's annual celebration of school spirit, took over campus April 9-14 with full slate of festival-themed "Dooleypalooza" activities.
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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.
Woodruff PE Center was packed Aug. 24, 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.
Emory's 2017-18 academic year got off to a unique start Monday as students, faculty and staff gathered on the university's Atlanta and Oxford campuses to watch the first partial solar eclipse to grace the area in decades.
Watch five days of work collapsed into a few intriguing minutes, from the first chalk lines laying out the intricate design to the completed mandala's destruction in a swirl of color.
While Emory missed the snow that was originally forecast, the campus sparkled under a light coating of ice. The university closed Jan. 6-7 but reopened Sunday, Jan. 8, in time for students to move in.
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The annual Chair Rodeo, held Wednesday, May 9, drew staff and faculty volunteers from across the university to help set up chairs for the crowd of approximately 15,000 expected to attend Commencement.
Vicki Hertzberg, PhD, professor at Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and author of a recent study about disease transmission on airplanes, offers tips for healthy travel.
Emory's campus was the scene Friday, March 23, for some of those dazzling, wondrous, marvelously messy moments that made up the 2018 Atlanta Science Festival.
Emory's annual Tibet Week began Monday with the traditional opening ceremony and the start of construction of an intricate sand mandala. Events continue through Saturday, including daily meditation, panel discussions, a film screening and more.
Students gathered in front of the Emory School of Medicine on Wednesday, March 14, joining young people around the country in National Walkout Day protests to stand up against gun violence.
Tracy K. Smith, the current U.S. poet laureate, read her poems at a free public event Saturday, Feb. 17, part of Emory's Raymond Danowski Poetry Library Reading Series.