Emory, Georgia Tech to open joint Library Service Center

Emory, Georgia Tech to open joint Library Service Center

Emory and Georgia Tech are building a new joint Library Service Center that will house a shared collection of materials, provide delivery services and free up space on the main campuses at both universities.


President's immigration action will impact millions, Emory expert says

President's immigration action will impact millions, Emory expert says

Executive action on immigration is likely to include Dreamers' families, but with few consequences for state governments, notes Emory Law professor Polly Price.

Photos document Emory students' work with communities around the world

Photos document Emory students' work with communities around the world

From empowering women in India to improving water access in Ethiopia, winning images from the Masters of Development Practice photo contest showcase the program's broad reach.

String quartet connects music to class lessons across disciplines

String quartet connects music to class lessons across disciplines

Each semester, the Vega String Quartet partners with professors in a variety of disciplines to perform music that enhances lessons learned in the classroom.


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Lipstadt joins presidential delegation at anti-Semitism conference

Professor Deborah Lipstadt was appointed to a presidential delegation attending an international conference in Berlin focused on anti-Semitism in Europe.

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Heritage turkey tradition continues with Nov. 20 feast

On Thursday, Nov. 20, Emory Dining will host the annual Heritage Turkey Feast at lunch in Dobbs Market at the DUC and Lil's Dining at Oxford College.

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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to perform Emory composer's symphony

Discount tickets are available to Emory Week at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as the ASO performs Symphony No. 3 by Emory's own Richard Prior.

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Effort to bring light rail transit to the Clifton corridor seeks public input

Two public meetings set for early December are among the next steps in a multi-year effort to bring light rail to the Clifton corridor, including stops for Emory and the CDC.