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Emory's Controversial, Not-So-Gay-Friendly, Award
Rev. Emily C. Heath
Clergy, United Church of Christ
Emory must decide: Are they comfortable with one of their schools honoring someone who has made life a whole lot harder for LGBT Methodists? Or are they the university that lives out the values of inclusion in which they take so much pride?
Nine 'No Confidence' Votes That Made Headlines in 2012-2013
Student, Emory University
Upon closer examination of the latest no confidence votes, some trends emerge: a rejection of university leadership styles that echo those of corporations, a desire for transparency, and student involvement through protests and social media.
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Emory Dental Students Flunked For Being Jewish Get Official Apology 60 Years Later
Running With Scissors
The Cavalier Daily
University of Virginia's student newspaper
Too often, college officials talk about having to compete with peer institutions; instead, they should learn from each other so our mistakes won't be repeated.
10 College Classes You WISH Your University Offered
Writer, Baker, Amateur Candlestick Maker.
Women in American Popular Comedy: That's right, SNL fans. Colby offers a course where you are encouraged to watch clips of Tina Fey proclaiming that she can see Russia from her house.
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Emory Bans Sorority Following Hazing Investigation
Gay Emory Student Says He Was Dragged From Frat Party After Disclosing Sexuality
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Hope Dies Last: A Word on Kelly Gissendaner
Alisha L. Gordon
Writer | Huffington Post blogger | M.DIV. | Pop Culture Enthus...
As we remember brothers like Troy Davis, as we think about Kelly Gissendaner who would be executed by the State of Georgia on the 29th of this month, we remember what it means to die a good death, leaving a mark on a world that forces us to face our own idiosyncrasies and short comings.
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