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'Denial' filming comes to Emory campus

Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt's internationally publicized legal battle against a Holocaust denier is the subject of the new feature film "Denial," which brought a camera crew to campus last week. Learn more about the movie and how Emory students donned '90s attire to get involved as extras.

'Music is Medicine' brings memorabilia to cancer patients

On World Cancer Day, entertainment lawyer Joel Katz visited Winship Cancer Institute to mark the opening of the Joel A. Katz Music is Medicine Collection, a display of memorabilia from Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, Willie Nelson and other stars.

Creativity Conversation with President Wagner set for Feb. 24

Emory President James Wagner will discuss the inspiration for his creative endeavors and how creativity informs his leadership in a conversation led by Rosemary Magee, director of the Rose Library.

Students launch interactive sustainability map

The new Emory Sustainability Ecosystem map will help community members connect with the University's sustainability network of over 700 staff, faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. See how you can get involved.

Take Note

Creativity & Arts Awards rescheduled for Feb. 25

Weeg selected for College Baseball Preseason All-America team

Emory raising awareness, offering screening during American Heart Month

Faculty in the News

Christopher Filson
"Falcons owner Blank vows to fight cancer, move on to Super Bowl bid," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Feb. 10

Alan Abramowitz
"What about Ted Cruz?," New York Times, Feb. 9

Rosemarie Garland-Thompson
"Zika virus threat puts abortion rights and disability rights on collision course," Huffington Post, Feb. 4

Gary Motley

Engage Emory

Emory Jazz Festival concludes this weekend with two chances to see the Gary Motley Trio in action. On Friday evening, the trio performs with clarinetist-saxophonist Anat Cohen; tickets are on sale now. Saturday is Big Band Night with a free show from the Gary Motley Trio, Emory Big Band and the Emory University Symphony Orchestra Strings.

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