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Emory Report: A veteran's next mission
Exposed to sarin gas as a soldier in Iraq, Emory PhD student Michael Yandell now studies moral injury, the emotional and spiritual damage that can occur when someone's deeply held moral beliefs are transgressed.
Emory Report: Who was Atticus Finch?
Letters by Harper Lee acquired by Emory's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library shed new light on the beloved and now controversial character of Atticus Finch.
How Frankenstein's monster became an icon
From labs to libraries, theaters to theology, Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" continues to spark wonder and debate 200 years after it was published.
Emory Magazine: Minds at work
Where do Emory researchers go when they need some room to think? Find out in this photo essay from Emory Magazine's special research issue.
Emory Medicine: Learning from lampreys
Immunology pioneer Max Cooper and researchers in his lab are hoping that an ancient immune system can provide therapeutic insights into our own.
Emory Medicine: Heart storms
What happens when the heart, the body's most important muscle, short circuits? Meet three Emory patients who survived unexpected cardiac emergencies.
17 of Emory's most-read stories of 2017
From research to rankings and even a Rhodes Scholar, take a look back at some of the stories that drew the most readers to the Emory News Center in 2017.
Hope, help and healing: 10 inspiring Emory stories from 2017
The heart of Emory is the people who come here to learn, teach, work, help and heal. Meet just a few of the individuals and families who inspired us this year.
Emory's best photos of 2017
Every day, Emory photographers can be found from the classroom to the operating room, documenting the university's mission "to create, preserve, teach and apply knowledge in the service of humanity." View 12 of their best photos of the year.
Emory Health Digest: When vision betrays
An emeritus professor finds commonality with Impressionist masters when his vision begins to fail due to cataracts. Take an in-depth look at the surgical advances that help restore his clarity.
Emory Public Health: Responding to climate change
Rollins researchers study the health effects of global warming on multiple fronts.
Emory Report: 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.
Inside Brotherman's big city
In 1990, "Brotherman" debuted as one of the first comic books to feature a black hero. Almost three decades later, with help from Emory's digital scholars, this groundbreaking text is reimagined as an immersive, virtual reality world.
Emory Magazine: 40 under forty
They're young, they're smart, and they're making their mark. The first-ever class of "40 Under Forty" outstanding young alumni gives all 140,000-plus Emory graduates forty new reasons to be proud.
Emory Medicine: Surviving the unsurvivable
When a pine tree fell on Sylvia Ennis's car, impaling her, she began a multi-year medical odyssey that would require a care team of dozens -- and a lot of tenacity.
Emory Medicine: Doctors on the field
From the sidelines, team physicians respond to emergencies including concussions, broken bones, and cardiac arrests.
Emory Report: Celebrating Emory's Class of 2017
172nd Commencement | May 8, 2017
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