Jacob Wright, associate professor of Hebrew Bible, discusses his new book "King David and His Reign Revisited."
President James Wagner delivers his 2013 State of the University overview with a different twist: a walk around campus.
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About 400 Atlanta Public School students in Graduation Generation listened to medal-winning Olympians and Paralympians recently at Maynard Jackson High School in Atlanta.
Emory Magazine talks with Emory President James Wagner and Georgia Tech President G. P. "Bud" Peterson about the vibrant public-private partnership between their two institutions
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Emory University political science professors Michael Leo Owens and Michael Rich discuss the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty declaration.