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Students explore social justice through scholarship, service

Combining academic discussions with hands-on community work, Emory's Scholarship and Service Summer Program gives participants the chance to understand pressing issues from multiple perspectives.

Emory Law hosts voting rights conversation

Nearly 58 years ago, young attorney Fred D. Gray picked up 17-year-old John Lewis at a bus station and took him to meet Martin Luther King Jr. Last week, the friends reunited at Emory Law to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.

Discover the outdoor art that graces Emory's campus

A walk across Emory's main campus reveals a variety of works of art by prominent sculptors. Learn the stories behind the art installations you pass each day on your way to work or classes.

Emory fieldwork, analysis settles key anthropology debate

When did our ancestors begin using stone tools and butchering large animals? A study led by anthropologist Jessica Thompson investigates marks on 3.4-million-year-old bones to help answer an important evolutionary question.

Israeli film director Eran Riklis to present screenings, lectures

As Schwartz Foundation Artist in Residence, internationally acclaimed director Eran Riklis visits campus from Aug. 26 to Sept. 11 to talk about the history and current state of Israeli cinema. See his full schedule of public events.

Take Note

Emory recognized as most 'LGBTQ-friendly' campus in state

Exhibit showcases artists' materials from Atlanta Contemporary, Nexus Press collection

Photographs of Ireland, inspired by poems and people, featured at Carlos Museum

Examine the ethics of 'Cuckoo's Nest' with actors' readings, discussion

Advisers sought for new Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Faculty in the News

Joel B. Zivot
"Why experts say there's no such thing as humane execution," CNN, Aug. 13

Julie Seaman
"When innocence is no defense," New York Times, Aug. 12

Douglas Bowman
"Target's gender-neutral signage a plus for consumers," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Aug. 17

Heirloom Tomato Festival

Engage Emory

The Heirloom Tomato Festival on Tuesday, Aug. 25, heralds the return of the Emory Farmers Market, offering a variety of local and organic items. Held weekly from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Cox Hall bridge, the market now accepts Dooley Dollars and Eagle Dollars for payment.

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