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Sep. 23, 2014 |

White House wit and wisdom: Former President Jimmy Carter addresses Emory students

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From ISIS to ice cream, no topic was off limits as the nation's 39th president -- who turns 90 on Oct. 1 -- held his 33rd annual town hall meeting with Emory students.

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Threat Assessment Team works to prevent campus violence

Exploring the evolution of responses to unfairness, inequity

Emory honors literary icon with 'A Tribute to Seamus Heaney'

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Launched in the wake of the Virginia Tech shootings, Emory's Threat Assessment Team brings together experts from across the university to evaluate situations that could impact campus safety and security.

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The sense of fairness did not evolve for its own sake, but in order to reap the benefits of continued cooperation, according to the authors of a recent review article about "inequity aversion."

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Vega String Quartet will join poets including Natasha Trethewey, Kevin Young, Tracy K. Smith and more Oct. 2 for an evening of poetry and song celebrating the late Irish poet's legacy. Tickets are available now.

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Engage Emory

Fall officially began this week, but you can still swim outdoors at the Clairmont Campus pool, heated and open until Nov. 1. Best option for Emory employees who aren’t pool members is the 14-visit pass for $120. Passes don't expire, and can also be used for the gym or any part of the facility.

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