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Emory students rock with the Rolling Stones

You can't always get what you want -- unless you're the Emory University Concert Choir, which received the invitation of a lifetime to sing backup at the Rolling Stones concert in Atlanta last week.

Finding joy in the daily journey to work

Paul Ficklin-Alred, a program coordinator in the School of Medicine, has been biking to work for a decade. Hear him explain why and learn about the resources available to bicycle commuters at Emory.

Breaking Ground theater series shines spotlight on creative process

With public performances slated for June 20 through July 11, Breaking Ground takes audiences behind the scenes for the creation of seven different theater projects -- including a day-long playwriting "bake-off."

Researchers take major step to reclassify brain tumors

A landmark study will change the way patients with diffuse gliomas, a form of brain tumor, will be diagnosed and treated in the future. Emory researcher and neuropathologist Daniel J. Brat is lead author of the study.

Survey: What's on your summer reading list?

Ready to relax with a good book this summer? Whether you want to be entertained, enlightened or both, you'll find plenty of options in these recommendations from faculty and staff.

Biologist weighs in on Obama's 'plan bee'

President Obama's new national strategy to promote the health of pollinators is "an important wake-up call," says Emory biologist Berry Brosi, whose research focuses on bees.

Take Note

McTyeire Hall demolition begins this week

Emory community invited to CDC Elder Care Fair

Ethics video contest deadline now July 2

Coalition of the Liberal Arts announces first CoLA courses

Bobby Jones exhibit heads to The Open Championship in Scotland

Faculty in the News

David Howard
"Skyrocketing drug prices leave cures out of reach for some patients," USA Today, June 15

Aaron Stutz
"Experts find 45,000-year-old stone tools showing earliest division of labor," Daily Mail, June 14

Helen Mayberg
"Understanding stress and its signals," Boston Globe, June 12

African Cosmos exhibit

Engage Emory

Don’t miss your last chance to see "African Cosmos: Stellar Arts," a special exhibit that ends Sunday, June 21, at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum. Sunday is also Father's Day, so dads get in free for the day with the purchase of one child's admission.

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