This past weekend Gay Construction erected the super-structure of the new pedestrian bridge that spans Clifton Road.
From volunteering at a program for homeless LGBT youth to tutoring high school students, participants in the Scholarship and Service Summer Program blend hands-on action with in-depth analysis.
A collection of Atlanta-based photographer Billy Howard's work from his "Epitaphs for the Living: Words and Images in the Time of AIDS" project is now open at the Rose Library.
Emory's Winship Cancer Institute is using new drugs that work with a patient's own immune system to fight cancer.
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Kale¿s discovery by affluent consumers in the United States is an example of how much high-income societies can learn from the dietary habits of the poor, says Emory anthropologist Peter Little.
Watch as Emory's behemoth new boiler is lifted into place by a 550-ton crane, after spending weeks traveling from Canada to Atlanta welded to a train. Five central boilers provide steam for campus heating systems and other key functions.
A group of students and professors from Emory's Oxford College hit the road earlier this summer to learn the history and lessons of the U.S. civil rights movement.
Kendra Sirak, a PhD candidate in anthropology in the Laney Graduate School, is working in Ireland, testing the DNA of people ranging from medieval Nubians to an ancient Chinese specimen to an Irish rebel.
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