Special feature: Responding to climate change

Special feature: Responding to climate change

Rollins researchers study the health effects of global warming on multiple fronts.


Special feature: Love, Barack

Special feature: Love, Barack

Letters from Barack Obama to his college girlfriend, now part of the collection of Emory's Rose Library, reveal a young man grappling with his place in the world.

Negro Ensemble Company's 50th anniversary to be celebrated at Emory

Negro Ensemble Company's 50th anniversary to be celebrated at Emory

Emory is one of three sites nationwide for a touring 50th anniversary celebration of the famed Negro Ensemble Company and its visionary co-founders: playwright Douglas Turner Ward, producer-actor Robert Hooks and theater manager Gerald Krone.

Reservoir explorers find extra HIV/SIV pond

Reservoir explorers find extra HIV/SIV pond

Yerkes scientists have identified an additional part of the HIV reservoir, immune cells that survive and harbor the virus despite long-term treatment with antiviral drugs.


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Disaster relief: Emory responds

Following several recent natural disasters, the Emory community is responding with donation drives and assistance. Here are some ways Emory is getting involved.

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Refresh from Stress wellness program returns for November

Refresh from Stress offers simple activities focused on self-care, mindfulness, social connections, gratitude, resilience and more. Register by Oct. 27 for the 30-day program, which begins Nov. 1.

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'Emory Land' brings fun and games to Homecoming Week

Emory celebrates Homecoming with "Emory Land," a series of events all week inspired by Candy Land and other classic board games. Homecoming culminates Saturday with the annual parade and concert, this year featuring the Plain White T's.

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Campus Life Pavilion to be dedicated during Homecoming to black students who integrated Emory

The Campus Life Pavilion, located at a former site of the Black Student Alliance House, incorporates elements from the previous structure and will be dedicated Oct. 20 in honor of African American students who integrated the university.