Maybe you want to witness the the “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” a.k.a.
When you give admissions insight into the art that you feel is representative of your personality, experiences, or background, you will be revealing a fascinating, newfound piece of the complex puzzle that is you.
Emory is really not messing around with these questions!
Whatever it may be, you’re going to want to make sure you connect a community that you are a part of now to a community you will join (or even create! Emory wants to know about your life beyond the classroom and hear about how you will contribute to their campus..
It requires a student to speak about beliefs and ideology, which are often onerous subjects that can be difficult to mold into compact stories.