Special feature: Love, Barack

Special feature: Love, Barack

Letters from Barack Obama to his college girlfriend, now part of the collection of Emory's Rose Library, reveal a young man grappling with his place in the world.


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Negro Ensemble Company's 50th anniversary to be celebrated at Emory

Emory is one of three sites nationwide for a touring 50th anniversary celebration of the famed Negro Ensemble Company and its visionary co-founders: playwright Douglas Turner Ward, producer-actor Robert Hooks and theater manager Gerald Krone.

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'Emory Land' brings fun and games to Homecoming Week

Emory celebrates Homecoming with "Emory Land," a series of events all week inspired by Candy Land and other classic board games. Homecoming culminates Saturday with the annual parade and concert, this year featuring the Plain White T's.

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Relationship Violence Awareness Month features dialogue, events 

The Emory community is invited to come together for a series of events that highlight the issue of interpersonal violence, culminating with the annual Take Back the Night March on campus.

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Emory makes music for the big screen

"In Her Image," the new film by Emory alumnus Nikoloz Kevkhishvili, premieres Friday with a score composed by Richard Prior, director of performance studies; conducted by Paul Bhasin, director of wind studies; and performed live by students in the Emory Wind Ensemble.

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Handwriting of Martin Luther discovered in Emory's Pitts Library

Thanks to the digital archives of Pitts Theology Library's Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection, a rare example of Reformation founder Martin Luther's handwriting has been spotted from overseas by a German scholar.

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'Ambassadors' seek to connect undergrads to research opportunities

Emory undergraduates have unparalleled access to conduct research with top faculty. The redesigned Research Ambassadors program, launching this month, enlists students to help connect their peers to research opportunities.


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