Two Ebola virus-infected patients discharged from Emory University Hospital

Two Ebola virus-infected patients discharged from Emory University Hospital

Emory University Hospital confirms that Nancy Writebol was discharged from the hospital on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014. Writebol is one of two patients who have been treated for Ebola virus infection at Emory University Hospital's Infectious Disease Unit. The second patient, Kent Brantly, MD, is being discharged today, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014.


Emory welcomes engaged, accomplished Class of 2018

Emory welcomes engaged, accomplished Class of 2018

Emory's diverse Class of 2018 arrives with stellar test scores and grades, plus resumes brimming with community services, creative endeavors and athletic achievements.

Orientation programs take fresh approach to welcoming students

Orientation programs take fresh approach to welcoming students

From summer emails to Creating Emory and Weeks of Welcome, new orientation efforts help new students become part of the campus community.

Last 'Parenting a College Student' lectures set for Aug. 23-24

Last 'Parenting a College Student' lectures set for Aug. 23-24

After 30 years of orientation talks to help ease the separation process for new Emory students and their parents, Marshall Duke's popular lecture series will come to an end.


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Peet's Coffee & Tea now open in Woodruff Library

San Francisco-based Peet's Coffee & Tea opened Aug. 18 in the former Jazzman's space on the first floor of Emory University's Robert W. Woodruff Library.

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Pitts Theology Library opens in new space in Candler building

Pitts is among the premier theology libraries in North America. The library's new home includes high-density shelving, special collections, a lecture hall, areas for group study and adjacent exhibit space.

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Sonia Delbridge & Kristin West: A quarter century of teamwork

Trust, mutual respect and the ability to laugh together have helped Sonia Delbridge and Kristin West appreciate the chance to work side-by-side at Emory for 25 years.

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With help from Emory scholars, Winged Victory returns to flight at the Louvre

One of the world's most famous works of art is now restored and back on view, thanks to an international team including Emory's Bonna Wescoat.