Ebola patients discharged from Emory University Hospital
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Ebola patients discharged from Emory University Hospital

Two Americans infected with the Ebola virus while providing humanitarian aid in West Africa have been discharged from Emory University Hospital.

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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.

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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.

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Lelia Crawford: A legacy of helping students feel at home

Now retiring after 35 years at Emory, Lelia Crawford has helped make the campus 'a welcoming place' for minority and international students and scholars.

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Lucy: Debunking the 10% brain myth

In this latest installment of "Emory Looks at Hollywood," neurologist Krish Sathian debunks the lingering yet popular myth that people use only 10 percent of their brains, perpetuated in the new movie "Lucy."

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Fund helps Emory authors get published

Faculty, post-docs, and current graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for funding to pursue open access publishing.

Emory Libraries

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Eagles receive CSCAA academic honors

Twenty-eight members of the Swimming and Diving Team were recognized by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for their athletic and academic efforts during the 2013-14 season.

Emory Athletics

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Poetry Library celebrates 10 years at MARBL

MARBL is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Raymond Danowski Poetry Library with a poetry track at the Decatur Book Festival during Labor Day weekend and special events beginning in October.

Robert W. Woodruff Library

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A Rollins alumna writes candidly about her bipolar disorder

In her book "Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life," Melody Moezzi credits her family with helping her come to terms with her bipolar disorder.

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