Candler School of Theology hosts centennial celebration

Candler School of Theology hosts centennial celebration

Emory's Candler School of Theology officially marks its 100th birthday during a two-day centennial celebration Oct. 23-24, part of a yearlong commemoration of Candler "in story and prophecy."


'Kid Dean' helps make Campus Life concepts fun, accessible

'Kid Dean' helps make Campus Life concepts fun, accessible

With humor and youthful enthusiasm, Emory's new "Kid Dean" video project offers a playful take on a serious goal - promoting Campus Life's vision and mission.

Emory celebrates Family Weekend with events Oct. 24-26

Emory celebrates Family Weekend with events Oct. 24-26

Family Weekend brings parents and other family members to campus for a full schedule of educational, social and cultural events, including a reception with Emory President James Wagner.

Op-ed: National response plan for Ebola

Op-ed: National response plan for Ebola

In an op-ed in the Washington Post on Oct. 20, titled "Beating Ebola through a national plan," Emory Healthcare President and CEO John Fox responded to public discussion about national efforts to control the spread of Ebola in the United States.


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Halloween at Emory means vampires, zombies, mummies and more

Halloween events at Emory's Atlanta and Oxford campuses range from an organ concert with Count Dracula to "Zombies and 'Zombethics'," the annual "scholarly discussion about the (un)dead."

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'Teach-In Against Hate' counters graffiti with support and education

Wednesday's 'Teach-In Against Hate' drew hundreds to the Emory Quadrangle to respond to anti-Semitic graffiti targeting Alpha Epsilon Pi, a historically Jewish fraternity.

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Oxford Organic Farm grows crops -- and engaged learners

Despite being in operation less than a year, the Oxford Organic Farm is already making a significant impact on Oxford College. More than 150 students work on the farm in some capacity.

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Emory student hopes stem cell gift will inspire others to join donor registry

Three years ago, junior Aaron Karas signed up for a bone marrow registry. Last month, he got the chance to help save the life of a man he may never meet.