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Battling the Demons
Students, mental health, and the specter of violence on campus

Getting help for troubled students

Video: Dealing with students at risk

Today a student walks out of a math test and picks up the cell phone, and Mom knows immediately how the test went. Parents haven’t cut the apron strings, and many little issues get blown out of proportion.”

The thing you’re most worried about is not someone going out and shooting people. . . . Suicide, eating disorders that can lead to heart attacks, alcohol and drug abuse that lead to accidents—those are the ways we lose students. ”

Sustainability and Scholarship
Rethinking the separation of academics and engagement at Emory

Re-imagining health care reform
From old paradox to new paradigm


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What‘s New

The Strategic Plan for Emory: Updates and Highlights

Internationalization Plan
August 2008

Creativity and the Arts Initiative
July 2008

The Emory Global Health Institute
June 2008

Investing in Emory’s Vision: Implementation Update
May 2008

Religions and the Human Spirit Initiative
April 2008

Voices in This Issue

Amy Adelman, Office of the General Counsel
Peggy Barlett, Anthropology
Regine Jackson, Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts
Carolyn Livingston, Campus Life
Thomas D. Lancaster,Political Science
Mark McLeod, Counseling Center
Matthew Payne, History
Ani B. Satz, Law

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May 08
Vol 10 No 6