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April 16, 2013 |

The growing buzz on animal self-medication

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Insects and other animals may hold medicinal secrets of potential benefit to humans, says Emory biologist Jaap de Roode, who will give a talk on animal self-medication at TEDxEmory on April 20.

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Emory reaches out with prayers and resources in wake of Boston tragedy

Bronze and glass are ancient tools for modern learning

College faculty votes against no-confidence motion; Trustees support President

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Emory organizes a prayer and reflection service and offers resources to those affected by the tragedy at the Boston Marathon, as well as safety reminders for the community.

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A Carlos Museum program is teaching students about the materials and techniques of ancient art forms like casting bronze and shaping glass from artists who still use them today.

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By a vote of 201 to 133, the faculty of the Emory College of Arts and Sciences has voted against a motion of no confidence in President James W. Wagner.

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Engage Emory

Loans from student days hanging around? During Financial Literacy Month at Emory, learn about your options at one of two student loan repayment seminars on April 17 at 11:40 a.m. in Candler School of Theology Rm 322 and April 18, at noon Rollins School of Public Health Rm 1000. Lunch for the first 50 people.

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