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January: 10 things to do for $10 or less

The new year brings a new slate of events to Emory. A "Day On" of community service to honor Martin Luther King Jr. is just one of the fun, engaging options you can enjoy this month.

15 of Emory's most popular stories from 2015

Research, rankings, a Rhodes Scholar and even a night with the Rolling Stones made the list of the most-read stories for the Emory News Center. As 2016 gets underway, take a look back at 15 of 2015's most popular stories.

A gift of life, thanks to Emory cardiology and a U.S. Customs officer

After suffering sudden cardiac arrest while traveling through Atlanta's airport, Florida native John Heilig says he received "the gift of life for Christmas" from a U.S. Customs officer who revived him on the scene and the cardiology teams at Emory University Hospital Midtown.

Alum's chickpea pasta honored among 'Best Inventions of 2015'

From his home kitchen, Brian Rudolph 12B and his brother created the perfect recipe for protein-packed pasta -- made from chickpeas. Now TIME Magazine lists their Banza pasta among the 25 top inventions of 2015.

Take Note

New members elected to Emory's Board of Trustees

Kiplinger's again ranks Emory as a 'Best Value'

Emory Women of Excellence award nominations due Jan. 8

New Orthopaedics & Spine Pavilion opens at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital

Faculty in the News

Jesse P. Karlsberg
"A different note on race at Yale," New York Times, Jan. 2

Abdullahi An-Na'im
"Saudi beheadings soar in 2015 under discretionary rulings," Associated Press, Jan. 1

John Witte Jr.
"History books with insight for the future," Bloomberg, Dec. 21

Emory Quad covered in snow

Engage Emory

With temperatures turning colder, it's a good time to review how to stay informed if winter weather impacts normal campus activities. Click here to learn about the university’s inclement weather policy and multiple ways to find out about possible closings or delays.

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