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Students find long-lost grave of Georgia man killed for voting

At six years old, Dorothy Nixon Williams watched as two white men shot her father for voting in the 1948 primary. Last week, she visited his grave for the first time since it was found by students in Emory's Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project.

Concern spreads over mosquito-borne Zika virus

Emory scientists including Uriel Kitron and Gonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec are gearing up to help Brazil study and fight the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne disease associated with an alarming rise in birth defects in the country.

Photos: Making the most of Friday's snow

As a dusting of snow fell on the Emory campus Friday evening, students were out and about enjoying the uncommon winter weather. The University closed at 2 p.m. Friday.

Museum exhibits rare prints of Yoruba culture

"Between the Sweet Water and the Swarm of Bees: Works by Susanne Wenger" is now on display at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. The exhibit brings together 10 works by the Austrian artist, who lived in Nigeria for most of her life.

Spring break trips offer chance to learn while helping others

From exploring homelessness and poverty to examining educational and health care inequalities, alternative spring break trips focus on experiential learning. Application deadlines are approaching.

Take Note

Tenenbaum Lecture explores 1903 Russian pogrom

Winship Cancer Institute announces new cancer service line, key leaders

Emory Police Department offers free class for teen drivers, parents

Workshop points the way to reinvigorate recovery

Faculty in the News

Drew Westen
"Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battle for party's future," New York Times, Jan. 24

Phyllis Kozarsky
"Do you need a vaccination for your next trip?," U.S. News and World Report, Jan. 22

Larry J. Young
"For prairie voles, a furry shoulder to cry on," New York Times, Jan. 21

Logo for Healthy New YOU Expo

Engage Emory

The annual Healthy New YOU Expo is set for Thursday at four Emory locations, including Cox Hall Ballroom. This free event for faculty and staff offers tips to make healthier food choices, start a physical activity program and manage stress. Enjoy demonstrations, food tastings, raffles and more.

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