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Feb. 17, 2015 |

Rushdie urges students to defend free speech

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In his last public lecture as University Distinguished Professor, acclaimed author Salman Rushdie examined worldwide attacks on free expression. He will also give the keynote address at Emory's 170th Commencement, the university announced.

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Fahamu Pecou takes on black masculinity through art, ILA studies

British Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy to give free reading at Emory

Alumnus makes history for superior court judges in Georgia

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A rising star in the art world, Fahamu Pecou has found an intellectual home in Emory's Institute for the Liberal Arts, pursuing studies that amplify and enrich his creative work.

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Carol Ann Duffy, one of Britain's most celebrated poets, addresses issues such as oppression, gender and violence as well as everyday life experiences and fantasy.

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When Emory College alumnus Meng Lim fled Cambodia as a young child, he little dreamed he would become the first Asian American elected as a superior court judge in Georgia.

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Engage Emory

Take the Polar Plunge on Sunday, Feb. 22, from 2-3 p.m. at the Student Activity and Academic Center (SAAC) pool. Open to everyone; funds raised will be donated to charity to honor two SAAC swim patrons who recently passed away. Donate at least $5 and jump to get a souvenir mug. Hot cocoa and snacks to follow.

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