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Nov. 13, 2014 |

Public input sought as effort to bring light rail transit to the Clifton corridor moves ahead

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Two public meetings in early December are among the next steps in a multi-year effort to bring light rail transit to the Clifton corridor, including Emory and the CDC.

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Sustainability awards honor innovators, help fund new projects

Y chromosome doesn't affect female response to sexual images

New York Times top editor fields questions during Emory visit

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From an academic learning community dedicated to Climate@Emory to a "Paved with Poetry" proposal, recent awards celebrate efforts to promote sustainability across the university.

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Women born with a rare condition that gives them a Y chromosome not only look like women physically, they also have the same brain responses to visual sexual stimuli, a new study by Emory psychologists shows.

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Meeting with Emory and Morehouse students, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet discusses the evolution of journalism, investigative reporting, race in the newsroom, and which stories get the most clicks.

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Engage Emory

Join in the Thanksgiving Fit for Food Canned Food Drive: Bring a canned good or other nonperishable food item to any group fitness class at the Woodruff P.E. Center or Student Activity & Academic Center from Nov. 17-25 and take the class for free. Food items will be donated to a local charity.

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