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Songfest celebrates Emory's unique first-year residence halls

Members of the Class of 2019 faced off Thursday night for Songfest, a competition in which students from each residence hall literally sing the praises of their new homes. Find out the winners and learn more about this university tradition.

Emory takes the stage at the Decatur Book Festival

From Erica Jong's keynote at Emory on Friday to Emory authors reading throughout Labor Day weekend, the university plays a prominent role in the largest independent book festival in the country. See the full schedule for the Emory track.

Centro Latino connects students, embraces cultures

More than just a place to meet in the Dobbs University Center, the new Centro Latino provides a unifying presence shaped by students and intended to kindle cultural connections.

September: 10 things to do for $10 or less

With the new academic year under way, Emory's calendar is packed with a variety of engaging artistic, athletic and academic events. Check out these 10 activities to add to your agenda, including Indigo Girls performing free for this year's Homecoming concert.

Emory team helps treat Ebola eye complications in West Africa

Weeks after Dr. Ian Crozier was treated for Ebola virus disease at Emory, physicians discovered live virus in his eye. This summer, experts from the Emory Eye Center made their second trip to West Africa to help treat ocular problems in Ebola survivors there.

Take Note

Lane closures may slow Clairmont Road traffic on Wednesday, Thursday

Learn latest on course design, teaching with technology

Workshops focus on inclusive teaching for students with disabilities

Faculty in the News

Clifton Green
"Emory expert offers analysis on stock market, China slowdown," WABE-FM, Aug. 31

Daniel Goldstein
"Cancer drugs aren't just really expensive, they're a bad value," Washington Post, Aug. 27

Viola Vaccarino
"Study finds dramatic decline in heart disease deaths, but not for everyone," CBS, Aug. 24

Student Activity and Academic Center pool

Engage Emory

Have a "Laid Back Labor Day" by the pool at the Student Activity and Academic Center on Monday, Sept. 7, with music and food. Tickets for $6 meals go on sale at 10:30 a.m. and the party is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Members can bring up to three guests for $5 each; daily walk-up rate for non-members is $10.

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