As the problem of sexual violence on college campuses draws national attention, Emory is actively building on a strong foundation of prevention strategies—with students at the center of increasing awareness, support, and response.
With a new focus on outreach to the LGBT community, Emory’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library is expanding its efforts to capture the the history and the humanity of transformative social movements in the South.
Since graduating from Emory, Monique Dorsainvil 09C has become a familiar figure in the White House, where she builds engagement between the public and the president on key administration issues.
As an endowed professor and working poet, Kevin Young uses his experiences and the university’s literary resources to inspire a new generation of writers.
Just a few weeks ago, Atlanta’s much-anticipated Center for Civil and Human Rights opened its doors. Story
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