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Emory University endowment reaches record high

Emory University's endowment value reached a record high of more than $6.7 billion as of June 30, 2015. The endowment was strengthened by philanthropic gifts totaling $72 million, representing continued confidence among donors.

Diwali gala offers festive taste of Indian culture

Diwali, one of the most lavish student events at Emory, marked its 25th anniversary Nov. 7 with a gala that drew more than 700 attendees. The sold-out event "signifies how open and accepting Emory students are to understanding and enjoying other cultures," organizers note.

Human body reveals God's work in the world, Candler professor says

In his latest book, "The Revelatory Body," professor Luke Johnson argues that theologians need to pay closer attention to the human body and "what God is up to here and now."

Photos: Veterans Day celebration on the Quad

The Emory community came together on Veterans Day for a ceremony honoring those who have served in the military. View photos from the event, which thanked veterans for "defending our right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

Thanksgiving Dinner Program is a recipe for new friendships

Emory's Thanksgiving Dinner Program pairs international students with faculty, staff and alumni hosts to share a meal, showcase holiday traditions and build lasting friendships. Find out how you can participate.

Take Note

Emory joins International Education Week with events Nov. 16-20

University participates in national effort to increase recycling

Cancer metastasis video wins AAMC top prize

Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital physician solves mysterious infection on 'Monsters Inside Me'

Faculty in the News

Steven Yeh, Salim Hayek, Jessica Shantha
"Fighting pandemics," National Geographic Channel, Nov. 6

Merle Black
"Do Democrats have a viable strategy to win back the South?," Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 7

Melissa Carter
"Time to reassess law for young violent offenders?," GPB Atlanta, Nov. 11

Legendary golfer Bobby Jones

Engage Emory

Don’t miss your chance to see "Bobby Jones: The Game of Life," Emory’s first major exhibition of its collections related to legendary golfer Bobby Jones, who attended Emory Law. The free exhibit closes Nov. 30 in the Schatten Gallery on level 3 of the Robert W. Woodruff Library.

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