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May 27, 2014 |

Goizueta program helps bring first health clinic to Nicaraguan coffee farming community

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Thanks to a collaboration between Goizueta Business School and a local nonprofit, residents of Los Robles will have access to health care near their homes.

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New 'X-Men' film joins Hollywood trend of 1970s nostalgia

Women's tennis team wins NCAA Division III national championship

Armelagos leaves legacy as pioneer in field of paleopathology

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Professor Tanine Allison explains how a historical backdrop allows filmmakers to address political and social dynamics that would be more controversial in a modern setting.

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The first-ranked Emory women's tennis team captured the program's sixth national title, while senior Gabrielle Clark also clinched the women's singles championship.

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Anthropology professor George Armelagos, who died May 15, will be remembered as a dedicated teacher and national leader in the bio-cultural approach to anthropology.

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Engage Emory

Want a break from the kitchen and a deal on kids' meals? Emory WorkLife Resource Center has a link to restaurants offering kids’ nights, where children get free or reduced-price meals. You can access the list here or via the WorkLife website under "discounts and bargains."

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