Nicholas Gibson, an Emory physician assistant student, combined his passion for mountaineering and medicine to serve as the medic for an all-military team climbing Mt. Everest in order to raise money for wounded soldiers and awareness of veteran's health issues.
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"[The DeVore collection is] going to produce new scholarship and a new understanding of who we are as Americans and how we've interacted with one another, how we've interacted with ourselves and how we see ourselves."
- Randall Burkett, curator of African-American collections at Emory's library