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April 7, 2015 |

Dooley's Week celebrates the spirit of Emory

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Take a look back as Emory students, faculty and staff celebrate Lord Dooley, the university's resident skeletal spirit, with a week of fun, foolishness and rich tradition.

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Emory, WellStar to begin design work on unified health system

Pipeline Program partners with Atlanta high school students

Professor posits the end of male supremacy in modern societies

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Emory University and WellStar Health System are beginning design work on a new, unified health system. Emory employees can access a password-protected website for more information.

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The Pipeline Program "advances education into action" by linking high school students at the South Atlanta School of Health and Medical Science to Emory undergraduate and graduate students.

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In his new book "Women After All: Sex, Evolution and the End of Male Supremacy," professor Melvin Konner draws on anthropology and neuroscience to argue that women can prevail in modern societies.

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Engage Emory

Get a grip on student loans, learn your money personality and be aware of credit scoring with campus workshops during National Financial Literacy Month. Emory's Office of Financial Aid will host multiple sessions over the next two weeks, while other organizations will also host finance workshops. See the full schedule.

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