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Kerouac collection comes to Emory's Rose Library

A rare collection of materials related to Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac has been acquired by Emory's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library. The acquisition was announced today at a ceremony naming the library for Rose, a university alumnus and literary benefactor.

October: 10 things to do for under $10

October brings a variety of fall traditions to the Emory campus, from cool evenings of Jazz on the Green to zombies and mummies for Halloween. Mark your calendar for these entertaining and educational events.

Rollins School of Public Health marks 25 years

Rollins School of Public Health celebrates 25 years as an Emory school and 40 years as a program with a look back at its impact on the lives of people around the globe. Learn how Rollins is leading in research, community engagement and educating new generations of public health experts.

Emory sports teams score early season success

A month into the fall sports season, Emory teams cite winning records and impressive rankings. Find out highlights of each team's performance and when you can see them in action.

Students contribute to issues of humanitarian law around the world

An unassuming office at Emory Law and the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp may be worlds apart, but they are deeply connected. Through the International Humanitarian Law Clinic, students work on real projects dealing with the law of war.

Take Note

Nominate distinguished individuals to receive honorary degrees at Commencement

Free flu shots available for Emory faculty, staff

Emory releases annual reports on security, fire safety

Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital launches Telestroke program

Faculty in the News

George Yancy
"Paul Gilroy: What black means in Britain," New York Times, Oct. 1

Amy Kirby
"Book that filters water turning heads," WXIA-TV, Sept. 24

Steven Yeh
"Ebola is not over when it's over," Slate, Sept. 24

Blood drive

Engage Emory

Emory School of Medicine hosts a blood drive with the American Red Cross on Tuesday, Oct. 6, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the lobby of the School of Medicine. You can register for an appointment, but walk-ins are welcome.

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