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.


'Emory Land' brings fun and games to Homecoming Week

'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.

Emory makes music for the big screen

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.

Research offers new insight into how brain cells die in Alzheimer's and FTD

Research offers new insight into how brain cells die in Alzheimer's and FTD

Removal of a regulatory gene called LSD1 in adult mice induces changes in gene activity that look unexpectedly like Alzheimer's disease, scientists have discovered.


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Campus Life Pavilion to be dedicated during Homecoming to black students who integrated Emory

The Campus Life Pavilion, located at a former site of the Black Student Alliance House, incorporates elements from the previous structure and will be dedicated Oct. 20 in honor of African American students who integrated the university.

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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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Center for Women celebrates 25 years at Emory

Since opening in 1992, the Center for Women has grown into an advocacy and resource center on issues of special importance to women who learn, teach and work at Emory.

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Staibdance explores desire, destiny in 'wishdust'

The Emory Dance Program presents "wishdust," a world-premiere work from faculty member George Staib and his company Staibdance, Oct. 19-21 at Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.