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Sep. 25, 2014 |

Landmark project by Emory's Ron Schuchard reveals the complete prose of T.S. Eliot

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After years of building relationships and literary sleuthing, English professor emeritus Ron Schuchard brings acclaimed modernist T.S. Eliot's "fugitive prose" to the world.

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Emory Sports Hall of Fame inducts three new members

Digital humanities projects explore religion, love and art

Platelets modify clotting behavior by 'feeling' surroundings

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New inductees in the Emory Sports Hall of Fame include former golf coach Mike Phillips, tennis player Mary Ellen Gordon and soccer player Annie Schenck. All were honored in a ceremony Saturday.

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The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship highlights how humanities faculty are using digital tools to enhance their research by creating ebooks, a layered map and an interactive magazine.

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Platelets, the tiny cell fragments that stop bleeding, can "feel" the physical environment around them and respond in a graduated way, researchers at Emory and Georgia Tech have discovered.

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Engage Emory

Get a free T-shirt for helping remove invasive plants from Lullwater Preserve on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. No prior gardening experience is necessary and tools are provided, but bring water and bug spray. Meet at the Clifton Road entrance of Lullwater Preserve.

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