Student Arts Groups
Film & Media Studies Groups
Visual Arts Groups
AHANA A Cappella
AHANA A Cappella is a proud member of the Emory University multicultural community by contributing, to the university, vibrant and smooth sounds of soul and R&B.
Founded in 1994, Aural Pleasure is Emory University's oldest co-ed a cappella group on campus. This is NOT your mother's "glee club"-- AP takes pride in bringing intense energy to performances and an edge to its arrangements, sound, and style.
General Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Tom Cassaro (email@example.com)
Emory's Jewish A Cappella Group.
Dooley Noted A Cappella
Co-ed a cappella group at Emory.
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Contact Henry Hays (email@example.com)
Emory Society of Musicians
No Strings Attached
Emory's all male a cappella group.
Emory's all female a cappella group.
Contact Sana Hashim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
AHANA is Emory's largest student-run dance organization on campus. Auditions are held every Fall and Spring for choreographers and dancers, who create work to be performed in a showcase at the end of the semester. AHANA accepts dancers with a variety of backgrounds and genres.
Contact Hannah Gold (Hannah.email@example.com)
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Brotherhood of Afrocentric Men (BAM)
E-Motion Dance Team
The E-Motion dance team is the official dance team of the Emory Eagles specializing in sharp and precise competition-style jazz dance. E-Motion performs at school-sponsored events (i.e. Homecoming, Parents Weekend, etc.) as well as Emory sporting events and the AHANA Dance Show each semester.
Contact Jaymie Rubin (email@example.com)
Emory Karma Bhangra
Founded in 2004, Emory Karma Bhangra is Emory University's premier co-ed bhangra team. We are a group of highly motivated and passionate dancers, coming from a vast range of backgrounds. We strive to display the energy and vibrancy of the folk dance of Punjab and our team fuses both modern and traditional elements of bhangra to create a memorable and lively performance. Karma performs at the collegiate competitive level as well as at on-campus and local events.
Emory SaRaas is Emory University's co-ed, 3-time National Finalists, Indian Raas-Garba dance team. We compete in 4-5 cities annually, and are a part of the larger, close-knit Raas community across the nation.
Emory's only classical fusion dance team, combining the dance styles of Odissi, Kathak, Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam.
General Email Emory.Ngambika@gmail.com
Salsa Club unites a diverse group of people through Salsa, Latin Dances and Latino culture in order to promote cultural awareness, community involvement and service, physical and mental health, and stress reduction.
Founded in 2005, the Emory Swing Club offers weekly beginner/advanced lessons and hosts monthly swing dances on campus. Come jump and jive with us!
Emory's all-male hip hop dance group.
Zeebah Belly Dance Team
Black Star Magazine
The Emory Wheel
Emory Literary Club
Contact Zach Issenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact Kayla Johnson (email@example.com)
Alpha Psi Omega
Contact Amanda Camp (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact Wala Hassan (email@example.com)
Emory Chinese Theater
Contact Yunqi (Lily) Li (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Emory Playwrights in Constellation
Contact Max McCreary (email@example.com)
Contact Mike Green (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Second Floor Basement
Contact Adam Friedman (email@example.com)
Emory Arts Club
Emory Arts Underground
Contact Juliana Bonovich (firstname.lastname@example.org)