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Speed-Oh

You’d have to get up pretty early in the morning to be in the pool before coach Jon Howell and the Eagles swim team. Maybe that’s why they kicked butterfly at nationals this year. Story

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Back In the Game

From Little Leaguers to senior golfers, all kinds of athletes are benefiting from advances in sports medicine—and Emory specialists hope to keep them active for life. Story

The Competitive Edge Three Emory alumni share a medical practice with a common goal

Bonus Podcast Hear tips from Emory’s sports medicine doctors

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Calling the Play

Ever wondered who masterminds the NBA halftime shows and gets the players to the annual All-Star Game? Meet Charles Rosenzweig 80C 80G. Story

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Sporting Chance

How Philip Schwalb 86L launched the world’s first all-sports museum in lower Manhattan—and why the landmark attraction didn’t get to celebrate its first anniversary. Story

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Helping Haiti

Michael Ritter 08MPH and Patrick Adams 08MPH were just two of dozens from Emory who found ways to offer aid after the earthquake. Story

Remembering Two Emory Sportsmen Clyde Partin 50C 51G and Ernie Harwell 40C

Prelude

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Confessions of a Loser

It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game. I’m sure we all recall that gem of encouragement from our parents and childhood coaches. I’m equally sure we all knew, even then, what a total sham it was. More

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Winter 2010 cover

From our readers

“What a thrill it was to read the recent cover story on Salman Rushdie’s archives. I am proud that Emory is breaking new ground in the arena of archiving electronic media.”—Leanna Adams 02C

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Spring 2010

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The Years of Living Dangerously

For nearly three decades, freshmen and sophomores faced off each autumn in a spirited game of pushball, until the tradition was abandoned in 1955 due to “mob violence.” Photo courtesy of Emory University Archives, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library.

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