Emory’s thriving music scene was a major draw for Malik. The skills he honed as a member of his a cappella group, No Strings Attached, have made him into a strong leader on campus. His leadership has made lasting impacts on those immediately around him as well as across campus through his involvement in the Black Student Union.

“I think to achieve racial and social justice on Emory’s campus, its members — all of its members, not just students of color — must engage in a ‘community of practice’. This means active self-education and acknowledging the issues that others are facing.”

— Malik Alexander 17B


Centro Latino in Dobbs University Center

Emory Bayit House on Peavine Creek Road

Emory Black Student Union in Dobbs University Center

Black Student Alliance House on Eagle Row

Dialogue At Emory