Protesters held a "die-in" at Cannon Chapel on Thursday, Dec. 4 as part of the Black Lives Matter movement.
December 5, 2014
Above photograph: National Finalist for Breaking News Photography (<10,000 students), Society of Professional Journalists.
Protesters held a "die-in" at Cannon Chapel on Thursday, Dec. 4 as part of the Black Lives Matter movement. 
December 5, 2014
From the article: More than 200 students, faculty and alumni attended a rally Wednesday on Asbury Circle to address issues of racism that have occurred on Emory’s campus.
The “Rally Against Racism” was co-hosted by the student group Change @ Emory and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
February 28, 2013
From the article: Laney Graduate School students voted through an electronic ballot Tuesday that they do not have confidence in James W. Wagner as University president. The Graduate Student Council (GSC) passed a bill earlier this month that allowed the vote to take place.
April 19, 2013
From the article: Students protesting University President James W. Wagner’s controversial column about the Three-Fifths Compromise joined members of the Emory and Atlanta communities at the opening of a civil rights exhibit in the Robert W. Woodruff Library..
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s (SCLC) exhibit, titled “And the Struggle Continues,” chronicles the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his contemporaries in achieving desegregation, gaining suffrage and dismantling systematic discrimination in the United States. The event included speeches from civil rights leaders who were contemporaries of King.
February 23, 2013 
From the article: Members of the group #EmoryCuts disrupted a meeting between university administrators and faculty, demanding transparency regarding the September department cuts. One member of #EmoryCuts was granted a brief audience before the meeting was carried on behind closed doors.
September 18, 2013
From the article: The Atlantan Tibetan community in conjunction with the Students for Free Tibet (SFT) Emory Chapter held a vigil last Thursday to raise awareness about the recent increase in self-immolations taking place inside Tibet.
November 8, 2012
From the article: His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama explored the fundamental ethical values that are a part of every major religion during the third in a series of lectures in front of a packed audience in Glenn Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday. 
October 10, 2013
From the article: Musician Paul Simon gave three of his four lectures for the 2013 Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature reflecting on his career and growth as a songwriter Sunday and Monday, including a conversation with U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins. Collins and Simon held a conversation with the chemistry of two old friends sharing stories at home, with the pair’s humor prevalent throughout the afternoon. “I know darkness is your old friend,” Collins quipped as Simon asked to dim the lights on stage.
September 24, 2013 
From the article: Paul Simon performed an acoustic concert for a crowd of about 800 at the sold-out Emerson Concert Hall Tuesday evening.
September 27, 2013
The play Free/Fall premieres. 
A performance project that begins with the notion of a man falling 24 miles from space and the impulse to “go ahead and jump.” Theater Emory collaborates with choreographers
George Staib and Lori Teague and composer Kendall Simpson to explore human nature, risk, relationships, flight, and how like the forces of the cosmos we can be.
April 3, 2014
From the article: Comedy Central’s 2012 Best Club Comic Hannibal Buress rocked a packed Glenn Memorial Auditorium with his stand-up comedy act last night as part of this year’s Dooley’s Week lineup. 
April 4, 2013
From the article: Emory Students for Israel and other groups, such as Office of LGBT Life and Challah for Hunger, celebrated Israeli culture at the annual iFest.
April 18, 2013.
Van Doren Performs with Emory Orchestra
March 6, 2014
From the article: The mission of the Emory Shotokan Karate Club is to promote health, wellness and self-defense to the Emory Community through Shotokan karate. Traits of an ideal Emory student can be shaped through the rehearsal of this mission statement, and the practices of the club allow just that.
September 13, 2012
From the article: From the Quadrangle to Cox Hall, students were seen around campus wearing red in support of survivors of sexual assault on Monday, Nov. 3. The signs of solidarity came at the behest of College junior and Student Government Association (SGA) President Jon Darby’s email in response to a recently reported sexual assault at a fraternity house on campus. Additionally, SGA announced they are partnering with Sexual Assault Peer Advocates and Feminists in Action to facilitate a booth at Wonderful Wednesday, where students can record videos explaining why they support survivors of sexual assault. 
November 4, 2014
Atlanta takes pride in being a center for civil rights throughout American history, and this past summer, the city has adopted a new Center for Civil and Human Rights museum into the collection of parks, statues and memorials dedicated to the remembrance of the civil rights movement.
September 23, 2014
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