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After accident, grateful for survival and support

Sylvia Ennis was driving to her job at Emory when a falling tree almost claimed her life. Three years after the freak accident, she looks back with gratitude for her unexpected survival and ongoing support from co-workers, family and friends.

Holiday giving options fulfill wishes and needs

Join the Emory community in giving back this holiday season by donating toys, food, clothing, books or money to a variety of organizations helping those in need. Learn about campus giving drives and how you can participate.

Oxford student wins international film prize

A trip to Honduras during high school introduced Preston Buchanan, now a first-year student at Emory's Oxford College, to an environmental problem plaguing the region -- and inspired a film that recently won top honors at the BLUE Ocean Film Festival in Monaco.

Photos: Emory marks World AIDS Day

Emory observed World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 with a full slate of events including a parade, dance performers and the nation's largest collegiate display of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. View photos from the commemoration.

Annual philanthropy at Emory tops $250 million

Emory University raised more than $250 million in gifts and commitments in fiscal year 2015, marking the third year in a row that annual philanthropic support for the university exceeded $200 million.

Take Note

Bookstore hosts faculty and staff appreciation sale

Goodpaster named Candler's next bishop-in-residence

Swann chosen as chief nursing officer of Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital

Faculty in the News

Hugo M. Mialon
"Marriages may not be forever, but our obsession with diamonds is," New York Times, Dec. 3

Nadja Kadom
"Your mood can predict how well your surgery goes," TIME, Dec. 3

Anthony Martin
"Huge trove of dinosaur footprints discovered in Scotland," National Geographic, Dec. 1

Performers in "A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols"

Engage Emory

'Tis the season for holiday concerts at Emory. This week's events include the Oxford Chorale tonight and Friday at the Oxford Chapel; “A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols” on Friday and Saturday at Glenn Auditorium; and “Folk Songs and Dances” on Sunday at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Learn more about these and other holiday shows.

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