# Cover Story

The Picture of Health

Emory's new Center for Health Discovery and Well-Being shifts the focus from sickness to health, showing patients a high-resolution snapshot of their bodies’ current physical state.

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Features
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Body of Knowledge

Nearly eleven thousand people, including Emory alumni, have registered to donate their bodies to the medical school's Body Donor Program when they die. This profound act provides an invaluable gift to future doctors and their patients.

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Commencement 2008

Emory and Oxford graduates celebrated the University's 163rd Commencement in May. Speaker Bernie Marcus, cofounder of the Home Depot, told graduates that “many roads lead to your dreams.”

2008 Faculty Awards and Honors

McMullan Award Winner: Rachel Zelkowitz

Brittain Award Winner: Zain Ahmed

Oxford’s Golden Morning

Commencement By the Numbers

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One Graduate’s View of Leaving Campus

Nora Kleinman 08C created the photo essay “Graduation” about the weeks leading up to her and her classmates’ commencement ceremonies at Emory on May 12 as the final project for her Photography I class. View the slideshow

Prelude

Influence of the Sphere

The body in which you’re breathing right now holds augury of its own.

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Letters

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From the archives

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Centennial Class

One hundred years ago, a different "Class of '08" prepared to sally forth from their academic home. More

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