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Nov. 25, 2014 |

Emory celebrates 10 years of inspiring AIDS awareness through Quilt on the Quad

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On Dec. 1, Emory will observe World AIDS Day with a display of 800 panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt, as well as speakers, a community fair and free HIV testing.

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Early decision applications increase for Class of 2019

Showcase reveals diversity of disability scholars' work

Holiday shopping: Experts list top 5 ways to avoid identity theft

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Early Decision 1 (ED1) applications from high school seniors who want to attend Emory College are up 9 percent over last year, and applications to Oxford College are up 25 percent.

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Literature, medicine, religion and ethics were among the disciplines on display at the second annual Disability Scholars Showcase, introduced by Disability Studies Initiative co-director Ben Reiss.

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Ramnath Chellappa and Benn Konsynski, both experts in information systems at Goizueta Business School, discuss the best ways to avoid being a victim of fraud this holiday shopping season.

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What happened when East and West Germany came together after the Berlin Wall fell? Andreas Stoch, state education minister in Stuttgart, offers a reflection on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the wall on Thursday, Dec. 4, at 5:30 p.m. in 290 Psychology Building. The talk is free and open to the public. Contact Terez Whatley for more information.

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