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Emory University

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Barkley Forum Debate Team Emory's debate team is a nationally ranked and competitive team having won numerous titles in the past years.
Emory First Responder Unit Only collegiate Emergency Medical Service in Georgia. EFRU operates a minimum of two Ford Expidition ambulances during the school year (it is non-operational when school in not in session, save for special events). The entire Unit is run and operated by students, with the only Emory staff member being the Unit Administrator. All members, staff and medics are National Registered EMT I-85's, certified in Georgia and are volunteers and recieve no pay. EFRU is a division of Emory University, NOT a club. An annual EMT class is offered to students wishing to join the Unit.
Wheel Emory University published twice-weekly.
Wheel Student newspaper Emory University in Atlanta
Student Clubs and Organizations         
Alpha Phi Omega other  Emory's Delta Kappa chapter of the nation's largest co-ed service fraternity boasts nearly 50 members who not only participate in numerous weekly community service projects that range from Trees Atlanta, Nursing Home visits, soup kitchens, and Habitat for Humanity, but also social events sponsored by the fraternity.  [Edit]
Alpha Tau Omega - Alpha Theta society  Established in 1881  [Edit]
Chi Phi - Gamma society  In Atlanta GA  [Edit]
Kappa Alpha Theta - Delta Zeta society  Located in Atlanta GA  [Edit]
Office Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Life society  Emory University s GLBT office Includes mission history a calendar and related links  [Edit]
pike fraternity  we were awsome. but then emory booted us. haters.  [Edit]
Sigma Delta Tau -- Delta Epsilon sorority  Sorority  [Edit]
WMRE- Emory's Premier Radio Station other  WMRE is Emory's premier student-run radio station. Based out of a studio and office in Longstreet Hall, WMRE broadcasts via internet and television (and soon plans to extend to radio towers throughout campus and Decatur), hosting a variety of shows from international, business, sports, political talk-shows, and regular music shows.  [Edit]
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