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Health Wanted

In impoverished countries like Mozambique, where safe water is scarce and malaria and AIDS claim lives daily, an Emory-based global association—and a Rollins alumna—are helping to establish critical new public health systems. Story

The Visit 2010

Complete multimedia coverage of the events of October 17-19, when His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama returned to campus. emory.edu/dalailama

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Lost and Found

David Thon 08MPH was seven years old when he and thousands of others embarked on a nightmare trek from southern Sudan to Kenya. Years later, work with The Carter Center brought him back home. Story

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Positive Signs

Even as the HIV/AIDS pandemic continues its stealthy global advance, Emory scientists are striking blows against the virus from all directions. Story

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Shattering Stigma

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter continues her crusade to bring mental illness out of the shadows—and onto equal footing with physical ailments. Story

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Vaccine Volunteer

Meet Robert Parker, who decided to volunteer at Emory’s Hope Clinic to test a new AIDS vaccine. He shares his story in this audio slideshow.

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Walking the Talk

When my friend and colleague Mary Loftus journeyed to Mozambique earlier this year to report on Emory-based efforts to strengthen public health care there, she called me from the plane before taking off from Hartsfield-Jackson. At home, cooking dinner and checking science homework, I felt a pang of envy. Read more

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A Modest Proposal

Thanks to Rob Kimmer 02C of Washington, D.C., for letting us know about a surprise event at Dooley’s Den at the Depot.

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Lift every voice

First-year students sang their hearts out in the annual Songfest, held the first Friday after classes begin. Photo by Ann Borden.

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