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Decatur Book Festival keynote highlights feminist writers

Erica Jong, who struck an early feminist chord with her 1973 novel "Fear of Flying," and Roxane Gay, who drew praise last year for her essay collection "Bad Feminist," joined in a wide-ranging conversation at Emory's Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Film series showcases Japanese anime

This fall, Emory Cinematheque presents a series of animation and anime-inspired films from Japan, with free screenings on Wednesdays from Sept. 16 through Dec. 2. Check out the full schedule.

Campus Life honors 'key' employee for lifetime of service

While some people constantly lose their own keys, Marian Hudson keeps track of thousands. Meet the Campus Life employee who coordinates keys for more than 20 residence halls, and whose dedication earned the division's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Emory ranked among top universities by U.S. News

Emory University has been ranked 21st among the nation's top universities in the new 2016 Best Colleges guidebook from U.S. News & World Report. Emory also ranked highly in several other categories.

Premature infant health outcomes improved over 20 years, study shows

Led by Emory professor Barbara Stoll, a study of extremely preterm infants born at U.S. academic medical centers over the last two decades finds increases in survival and reductions in several neonatal complications.

Take Note

Mandatory Title IX training to begin for all Emory staff

See how ancient Egypt inspires today's art at AntiquiTEA

HealthFitness assumes management of Blomeyer Health Fitness Center

Faculty in the News

William A. Bornstein
"Here's what six doctors really think of Dr. Google," TIME, Sept. 10

Kathleen Cleaver
"Kathleen Cleaver talks about 'making history'," Boston Herald, Sept. 9

Scott O. Lilienfeld
"The narcissist in chief," New York Times, Sept. 4

Abigail Santos-Villalobos

Engage Emory

Enjoy soprano Abigail Santos-Villalobos in concert Friday, Sept. 11, at 8 p.m. as the Emory teaching affiliate gives a free performance at Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. She is dedicating the first two pieces in the program to the families of victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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