2017

Nov 14 '17
Woodruff Library to Undergo Renovations - The Emory Wheel
Nov 07 '17
University Obtains Archives of Prominent African-American Playwright - The Emory Wheel
Nov 01 '17
Daniel Mulhall, "To Sweeten Ireland's Wrong: W.B. Yeats in the 1890s." - AJC
Nov 01 '17
Emory community to honor veterans with Nov. 8 ceremony - Emory Report
Oct 25 '17
'Like reading a novel of a young philosopher': Emory reacts to Obama's letters - Emory Report
Oct 24 '17
Emory obtains archives of playwright Douglas Turner Ward - Emory Report
Oct 24 '17
Emory Honors Founders Of First US Theater To Highlight Artists Of Color - WABE
Oct 23 '17
Emory, Atlanta poets to present readings of 'Howl' - Emory Report
Oct 21 '17
'Life Longs to be Understood': Letters Reveal Young Obama's Hopes - The Emory Wheel
Oct 19 '17
Love, Barack - Emory Report
Oct 19 '17
Letters at Emory are window into the mind of younger Barack Obama - AJC
Oct 19 '17
Obama Letters From 1980s Are Obtained by Emory University - The New York Times
Oct 19 '17
The Love Letters Of A Young Barack Obama On View At Emory University Library - NPR
Oct 12 '17
Emory's Rose Library awarded archival grant to foster collaborative AIDS education - Emory Report
Oct 06 '17
Emory Libraries hosts conversation with photographer Hugo Fernandes - Emory Report
Oct 04 '17
Staying Tough in Woodruff - A Guide to a 4.0 and Horrible Sleeping Habits - The Emory Wheel
Oct 04 '17
Photos: 'The Dream Machine' exhibit opening - Emory Report
Oct 03 '17
Library Obtains Kerouac Letter - The Emory Wheel
Sept 27 '17
Raymond Danowski Reading Series: Anne Waldman - AJC
Sept 27 '17
Emory to display famous letter that inspired a Jack Kerouac novel - AJC
Sept 27 '17
Long-Lost Letter to Jack Kerouac Reaches Its Final Destination - The New York Times
Sept 27 '17
Emory acquires letter to Jack Kerouac that inspired 'On the Road' - Emory Report
Sept 20 '17
Raymond Danowski Reading Series: Anne Waldman - AJC
Sept 15 '17
Yeats collection should belong to the nation - The Irish Times
Sept 15 '17
Emory exhibition celebrates America's Beat Generation - Emory Report
Sept 05 '17
September arts events include music, painting, poetry - Emory Report
Sept 05 '17
Libraries Take Key Roles in IMLS Community Catalyst Grant Projects - Library Journal
Aug 30 '17
Inside Brotherman's Big City - Emory Report
Aug 29 '17
Renovated Learning Commons opens on Woodruff Library Level 1 - Emory Report
Aug 23 '17
Fall courses engage emerging scholarship, hands-on learning - Emory Report
Aug 23 '17
How 'Brotherman' Forever Changed Comics - Georgia Public Broadcasting
Jun 27 '17
HIV/AIDS Crisis Through An Atlanta Photographer's Lens - NPR
Jun 06 '17
Howard's 'Epitaphs for the Living' at Emory, in conversation, June 22nd - Atlanta Celebrates Photography blog
May 24 '17
'Epitaphs' exhibit to feature Billy Howard's photographs of people living with HIV/AIDS - Emory News Center
May 22 '17
Summer brings opportunity to view campus exhibitions - Emory Report
May 18 '17
Sorting Seamus Heaney's study: I could hear archivists groan as we threw things away - Irish Times
May 17 '17
Libraries honor students with undergraduate research awards - Emory Report
May 17 '17
Filling the gaps in the narrative: A conversation with curator Pellom McDaniels III - ArtsATL.com
May 16 '17
Emory employees offer a bold showing at Staff Fest 2017 - Emory Report
May 10 '17
Alumni enjoy continued Emory Libraries privileges - Emory Report
May 08 '17
An African-American Jockey Hasn't Won the Kentucky Derby for More Than a Century. Here's Why. - Time
May 05 '17
Emory University's keynote speaker is former Poet Laureate - Decaturish.com
May 02 '17
Pellom McDaniels wins research award for African American Civil War-era exhibition - Emory News Center
May 01 '17
People in the News: Sandra Franklin, Ann Frellsen, Lee Pasackow - C&RL News
Apr 17 '17
Poets Emily Leithauser, Richie Hofmann to give free reading at Emory - Emory News Center
Apr 10 '17
Theaster Gates to respond to Emory students' work in 'The Art Sermon' - Emory Report
Apr 06 '17
Atlanta's Site-Specific Dance History Explored By Writer - WABE
Apr 06 '17
Seamus Deane the poet: coming to terms with the past - The Irish Times
Mar 27 '17
'Memorial Drive' event explores site-specific dance in Atlanta - Emory Report
Mar 27 '17
Still Raising Hell at Emory University - Daily Serving
Mar 15 '17
Emory celebrates 100 years of women of excellence - Emory Report
Mar 09 '17
Killing a Program That Brings History to Life - The New York Times
Mar 08 '17
Erica Bruchko: Helping researchers in Emory Libraries' African American, history collections - Emory Report
Mar 01 '17
Monks take days to build a mandala at Oxford, then destroy it in hours - AJC
Feb 28 '17
Gene Patterson's papers reveal the stories behind events that forever changed the South - Atlanta Magazine
Feb 27 '17
U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera enchants jubilant, diverse audience at Emory - Arts ATL
Feb 22 '17
Emory receives $1.2 million grant to help shape future of scholarly publishing - Emory Report
Feb 22 '17
U.S. Poet Laureate Decries Trump Wall - The Emory Wheel
Feb 21 '17
Anjulet Tucker: Embracing the community of Chicago Steppin in Atlanta - Emory Report
Feb 17 '17
City Lights: Juan Felipe Herrera - WABE
Feb 16 '17
Creative Loafing Recommends: Juan Felipe Herrera - Creative Loafing
Feb 14 '17
Feast of Words toasts Emory's faculty authors - Emory Report
Feb 13 '17
Emory Playwriting Fellow incorporates student research in award-winning play - Emory Report
Feb 13 '17
Emory's IT Self Service Portal gets major facelift - Emory Report
Feb 09 '17
Closer Look: 'Patterson Papers'; 'Snap Judgment'; And More - WABE
Jan 31 '17
Feast of Words celebrates Emory authors, editors - Emory Report
Jan 25 '17
U.S. Poet Laureate Herrera to give free reading at Emory - Emory News Center
Jan 24 '17
History of movie censorship in Atlanta kicks off "Memorial Drive" series - Emory News Center
Jan 23 '17
Women's March Signs Are Headed To Museums And Libraries Across The Globe - The Huffington Post
Jan 23 '17
Memorial Drive series looks at the unexpurgated history of film censorship in Atlanta - ArtsATL
Jan 13 '17
Billops-Hatch exhibit events kick off with Fahamu Pecou - Emory News Center