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I Chose Emory for the Collaborative Community

When I was a high school senior looking at colleges, I knew I wanted a challenging school, but I did not want a cut-throat environment. I consider myself a high achiever, and I know from experience that competition in academics …

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The Year We Spent Learning Through Zoom

Zoom became globally recognized seemingly overnight when the world turned to virtual means of communication. No one knew what 2020 had in store, but we rolled with the punches- Emory included. The university prioritized the health of students and faculty …

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I Value My Humanities Degree More Than Ever

What are you even going to do with your degree? You’re going to law school after college, right? Do your parents actually support you? These, and more, are questions that I hear almost daily once I tell people that I …

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My Education Taught Me About Compassion

The truth about compassion, true compassion, is that it knows no boundaries. Compassion is not subjective because its very nature is objective and inclusive. You do not choose who you have compassion for. You have compassion for everyone. For the …