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Safety reminder: What you should do if there is a shooting on campus

Active shooter events are unpredictable, but there are three things you can do to increase your chances of safety and survival: Run, hide, fight. Learn more about the steps you should take in an emergency.

Winship 5K raises record funds as cancer patients stage indoor race

Bad weather on Saturday forced the cancellation of the Winship Win the Fight 5K, but cancer patients at Emory University Hospital carried on the spirit of the race by joining an indoor .5K around their units. See photos and find out how you can still help.

How close are we to actually living on Mars?

As "The Martian" draws box office crowds with the tale of an astronaut stranded on the red planet, Sidney Perkowitz, Candler Professor of Physics Emeritus, examines how the science and the fiction around missions to Mars are rapidly converging.

Emory, Georgia Tech join forces to study effects of chemicals on kids

Emory and the Georgia Institute of Technology have been awarded an $8.3 million grant to establish a National Exposure Assessment Laboratory, part of a network of labs measuring the impact of environmental chemicals on children's health.

Oxford program named to Top 30 Sustainable College-Run Farms

The organic farm at Emory's Oxford College only opened in 2014, but it already has been selected as one of the best college farms in the country. Nearly 150 students spend time on the farm each week.

New grants support Emory's research on Greek islands

Art history professor Bonna Wescoat describes 2015 as a "bumper year" for grants to Emory for projects in archeology and architecture. Three awards will help expand research on the Greek island of Samothrace.

Take Note

Carter Center event discusses possible solutions to Syrian crisis

Pitts exhibit, Reformation Day to highlight the Ten Commandments

Emory hospitals, clinics rank nationally for quality, accountability

NIH selects Emory to lead career development program in women's health research

Faculty in the News

Kevin Young
"Emory acquires trove of rare Jack Kerouac material," New York Times, Oct. 1

Nadine Kaslow
"Oregon college massacre: How to talk to your kids," WAGA-TV, Oct. 2

Carla Berg
"Teens using e-cigarettes to vape marijuana, study finds," WABE-FM, Sept. 28

Ladder to the moon

Engage Emory

Theater Emory presents "I Am a Moon" by Zhu Yi, exploring how Eastern and Western cultures search for intimacy and how perceptions of the body influence self-image. Performances take place Oct. 7-10 at 7 p.m. Wednesday’s show is “pay what you will”; on other evenings, tickets are $6 for students, $16 for faculty and staff, and $20 general admission.

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