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Freshman’s Anxiety Disorder Can’t Wait For College

SHORT HILLS, NJ – Noting the upcoming total separation from old friends and family, along with the pressures of meeting hundreds of new people in an unfamiliar environment, the anxiety…

Locally Grown Weed to Be Sold at Emory Farmer’s Market

In a recent interview, Christine Srehya, Director of Sustainability Initiatives, informed Spoke reporters that the Emory Farmer’s Market is looking to expand their customer base through the distribution of pesticide-free…

Emory Sex Week Finishes Prematurely

Following Monday Evenings “Sexonomics” lecture, Emory SHAG (Sexual Health Advocacy Group), the organization who runs the popular series of week-long events known as Emory Sex Week, was forced to end…

Emory Kink Offers New Stress-Reduction Dungeon

Following the likes of the Student Programming Council and Pawsitive Outreach, Emory Kink is now offering a stress-reduction dungeon for students anxious about their upcoming finals. “We are really excited…

Sierra Leone University Hospital Faces Backlash After Accepting Emory Norovirus Patient

In a bold and unprecedented move, the hospital of the 21st nationally ranked Lemory University in Sierra Leone announced this past Thursday that they will be welcoming a student from…

“Fuck.” A Commentary by CDC Researcher Henry Ross

Today I stand before the Emory community and the world and just have one thing to say: FUCK. Sure, when I took on the job as lead researcher for the…

“Emory Wasn’t My First Choice, But I’ll Take It” – A Commentary by the Ebola Virus.

I, Ebola, like all of you freshman out there, am very excited to begin my journey in the United States at Emory University, a world-class institution with an impressive reputation.…

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