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Best Brunch in Atlanta

The 10 Best Brunch Spots in Atlanta

It's brunch time, Atlanta. Here are the 10 metro area spots you shouldn't skip, with rich huevos rancheros, fluffy buttermilk biscuits, stellar pancakes, and more.
Better Business

With Start:ME, Emory looks to connect Atlanta’s minority communities with startup know-how

"Entrepreneur accelerator” START:ME focuses on small-business owners in communities like Clarkston, East Lake, and Atlanta’s Southside. The Emory University Goizueta Business School’s 14-week program aims to give entrepreneurs the skills, networks, and seed capital to develop scalable business.
Dr. Hui-Kuo Shu

The first time I injected radioactive material into a brain

We did a lot of planning and dry runs, but I was still a bit nervous. This treatment is rarely used, and the last time it was done here at Emory was probably 25 years ago.

Döner kebap sandwiches arrive in Emory Village

Georgia-based chain KEBA (pronounced Kay-Bah) specializes in a spin-off of döner kebap, a type of Turkish sandwich you can find on nearly every street corner in Germany.

Golden Drops brings Latin American cafe culture to Emory

In most Latin countries, cafe culture is big. It is not uncommon to take a break in the afternoon to enjoy a salty or sweet bite along with a steaming cup of coffee. I...

Survivor: How Nancy Writebol beat Ebola

Nancy Writebol was tending to the sick in Liberia when she became infected with Ebola. The world watched as she and a fellow missionary were flown to Atlanta, where they became the first Ebola patients ever treated on American soil.
Ice Bucket Challenge

How an Emory researcher benefited from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Last summer, as millions of people worldwide posted Facebook and YouTube videos of themselves taking part in the Ice Bucket Challenge in the name of raising funds and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, skeptics wondered if all that social media hype would translate into something tangible. Short answer: Yes.

What connects John Malkovich, Julian Sands, and Harold Pinter?

Some of us associate actor Julian Sands with period films like A Room with a View, while others may think of his more recent horror film oeuvre. Here’s an association less likely but infinitely more fascinating: Sands was a friend of the late playwright Harold Pinter and has captured his spirit in a one-man show that comes to Emory in September.

Atlanta as a college town?

When you think of metro Atlanta, many things may come to mind. Capital of the New South, for example. Or worst place to be a Pepsi fan. “College town” probably isn’t on your list. But the area’s 6 million residents include more than 250,000 college students, according to the Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education. Each year this quarter-million-strong cohort studies at one of the metro area’s fifty-seven colleges and universities.

Memories at Emory

Remember that time when you were a year old and you... Well, probably not. Our earliest childhood memories usually only go back to when we were about three years old. And most of those memories start fading around age seven.

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