Flow, Water runs into every corner of campus (and that's a good thing); Jaap De Roode on why butterflies are like elephants; Willie Reaves tries on hats; Robert McCauley takes on religion and science; more new faculty books; Robert Agnew investigates crime without a badge; more faculty accomplishments
Your're Majoring in What? Humanities and social science majors take some roads less traveled, and more varied, than you might think; Boom Years: New Thinking on Old Age, New research on aging, and just in time: the boomers are here; Hank Klibanoff investigates hot topics and cold cases; Eduardo Hazera lobbies for a 25-hour day; Gregory Berns on thinking outside the box; more faculty books; Diane Kempler, artistic force and now Fulbright ambassador
Double major? Single? Or create your own … Emory expands the palette to widen minds;Emory researchers shine a light on memory, which may not work quite the way you think; Judith Evans-Grubbs makes Ancient History seem much less ancient; Shivani Jain changes her world view (and possibly yours); Marshall Duke on why Emory "are" more places than you’d think
Emory researchers in biology and chemistry push (and police) the boundaries of synthetic life; Salman Rushdie on teaching, film, and saving his notes; Robin Forman provides new leadership in the College
High points and hot spots, from the Dean Paul era and before. Geshe Lobsang Negi blends east and west, science and spirit; Alex Kappus—out of the spotlight but always in the mix. Art will surprise you in the new Psychology building—and so will the artists
Traditional In a New Time - A world, and a web, full of Emory stories; Music for a Changing World - Baroque to tango, the music department has it covered. Gamelan, anyone?
Letters Home: A lot can change over 100 years. Some things never do. Large Classes 101: The pros (we talked to some) and cons of the jumbo class. Campaign Trail: College students devote time, energy and shoe leather to getting out the vote.
Choices, choices—Emory economists take stock of what make us tick. Carlos Museum researchers on why there’s nothing like the real thing. Visiting professor Dorothy Allison teaches College students about being someone else, and letting go.
Spring 08 (PDF)
LearnLink: Emory's virtual crossroads makes "online community" mean something. Talking about Race: Studying, thinking, talking about a complex topic. Reel Life: Mr. Dooley, we're ready for your close-up.
Fall 07 (PDF)
The Art of Questioning: Black boxes and flying sparks; 25 years of living stories in the "wild west" of Theater at Emory. Meet the Neighbors: A new psychology building in an expanding science complex promises amazing connections across disciplines. The hardest questions call for the tighest teamwork. Crossing Over, Giving Back: College faculty and students dig deep into hearts and smarts with area public school children, leaving lasting impressions on both sides.
Spring 07 (PDF)
Juggling, Dreaming, Minding the Store: Features Four deans muse on the pleasures, pitfalls and surprises of keeping Emory College up and running. Happy Anniversary: Looking Back and Forward: Milestone years offer College departments and programs the chance to celebrate—and strategize. Engaged in the Freshman Seminar: A class in Atlanta history takes freshmen on an unusual ride. Get on the bus.
Fall 06 (PDF)
Midterm Exam: November's election has the full attention of Emory political scientists and psychologists? Brainy thinking about the vote, and new thoughts on voting brains. Humanities in the Rearview: If your idea of a humanities major includes the phrase "Fries with that?" you should see what these five graduates are doing.
Spring 06 (PDF)
When the Teacher Is A Student: Two Emory graduate students make the case for energy, creativity and cutting-edge training in the classroom. Poetry on the Move: Emory is fast becoming one of the nation's premier places to read, write and study poetry. A World of Difference: Find out why more and more College students study abroad for a summer or a semester.
Spring 05 (PDF)
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Quadrangle, the magazine for the Arts & Sciences at Emory. While Quadrangle isn't entirely new – most of you have received a newsletter by that name – it expands on previous publications to give us room to cover the broad spectrum of our academic life.
Winter 04 (PDF)
Undergraduate research initiatives thrive, Emory College welcomes McArthur Fellow, College undergrad wins Marshall Scholarship, Emory Coca-Cola Artists-in-Residence series, Raymond Danowski donates poetry collection to Emory.
Summer 04 (PDF)
50 years of women at Emory College, 2003-04 award recipients, why the humanities remain important in the modern world, what's unique about anthropology at Emory, environmental group wins student film festival, author Salman Rushdie to give Ellmann Lectures.
Winter 03 (PDF)
"Bringing Candler Library back to life": Explores the renovation of Candler Library, teaching and working in the "new" building, and the William L. Matheson Reading Room. Current photographs are juxtaposed with historical photographs provided by Emory University Archives.
Summer 03 (PDF)
Undergraduate research projects, Robert A. Paul appointed as Dean of the College, 2003 award recipients, Dean Peter Dowell retires, new computing center, excerpt from Joseph Skibell's new novel, Katherine Dunn '02C writes home from Morocco.
Winter 02 (PDF)
Rosemary Magee waxes philosophical on "The Art of the Possible," views of the new centers for math & science and performing arts, Cherry Logan Emerson discusses chemistry and music, student-faculty playwriting collaboration, Robert T. Jones Scholars make a movie.
Summer 02 (PDF)
New humanistic inquiry center, paying tribute to Irwin Hyatt, African American Studies celebrates 30 years, Blake Beckham '01C describes dance, student and faculty award winners, dual success of Emory's student-athletes.
Fall 01 (PDF)
Fun freshman seminars, Leslie Real studies disease ecology, poetry by Laurie Patton, Edna Bay travels abroad, 2001 Ellmann Lectures, undergraduate bioethics conference, Science 2000's Phase II.
Summer 01 (PDF)
The Emory College Language Center, student award and scholarship winners, excellence in faculty research and teaching, Performing Arts Center fundraising campaign, alumni news.
Summer 00 (PDF)
A beginning of women's history in the College, top honors for student scholars, faculty recognized for distinguished teaching and research.
Spring 00 (PDF)
The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, National Book Award, Rhodes Scholar, Distinguished Research Awards, and reflecting on creativity.
Spring 99 (PDF)
Ellmann Lectures, Emory's living collection of Irish literature, undergraduate fellowship, awards and accolades for faculty and students, and alumni news.
Fall 98 (PDF)
Science and Society, Science 2000 facilities, Institute for Comparative and International Studies, endowed chairs, Emory Medal for distinguished alumna.
Spring 98 (PDF)
Internationalizing Emory, awards and accolades for faculty and students.