'Divine Felines' exhibition showcases Egypt's exaltation of cats

'Divine Felines' exhibition showcases Egypt's exaltation of cats

"Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt," now open at the Carlos Museum, showcases cats and lions, plus dogs and jackals, as domesticated pets, creatures of the wild and mythic symbols of divinity.


Photos: Vigil for Parkland, Florida

Photos: Vigil for Parkland, Florida

On Friday, Feb. 16, the Emory community gathered at the Cox Hall Bridge for a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of the shooting in Parkland, Florida. Emory offers a variety of resources for students, faculty and staff impacted by recent events.

Feast of Words toasts Emory faculty authors, editors

Feast of Words toasts Emory faculty authors, editors

The Emory community gathered Feb. 12 to celebrate the 109 faculty members across the university who authored or edited a total of 115 books last year.

Special feature: Heart storms

Special feature: Heart storms

What happens when the heart — the body's most important muscle — short circuits? Meet three Emory patients who survived unexpected cardiac emergencies.


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Move More Challenge returns with new ways to track your steps

Registration is now under way for Emory's popular employee physical activity challenge, which steps off March 5 using Healthy Emory Connect, the university's new health and wellness platform.

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Emory takes steps to prevent, respond to flu cases on campus

Student Health Services has reported 193 cases of influenza and influenza-type illness since Jan. 1. The number of reported cases appears to have peaked, but the campus remains vigilant and focused on prevention.

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Goizueta launches 'Entrepreneurs-in-Residence' program

Goizueta Business School has launched Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, one piece of a collection of programs geared toward entrepreneurship, where entrepreneurs will work with faculty and students each semester.

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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor visits Emory Law

In a conversation with Emory constitutional law scholar Fred Smith Jr., Sonia Sotomayor, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, reflected on her personal experiences and how the crux of law is "about helping people."