Volume 74, Number 3
SEARCHING THE SOUL OF A CAMPUS
Ethnic diversity and a heightened interest in spiritual life have led to an increasing variety of religious traditions at Emory
By Allison O. Adams
FOSTERING A LIVELY INTELLECTUAL COMMUNITY
New Provost Rebecca Chopp assesses the University's progress and its prospects
By Andrew W.M. Beierle
A PHYSICIAN LEARNS TO HEAL HERSELF
Discovering "the most valuable thing a doctor can know"
By Jamie Weisman '98M
Photography by Victor Balaban
A LEGAL PRECEDENT
Thirty-three years after he became Emory's first full-time African-American law student, Marvin S. Arrington '67L is still effecting social change
By John D. Thomas
In BriefALUMNI NEWS
Perfect harmony -- Christy Forester '83Ox reflects on a musical "adventure"
Victory was no close shave
Oxonians at play
Emory hurler spends his summer in the Alaska League
"A Bridge to the Future" -- A new library addition unites traditional and electronic resources
Pursuing excellence -- J. Willis Hurst pens a history of the Department of Medicine
From the President
Hold the Anchovies
"It's just a single wave"
2,000 by 2000 -- A Message from the Executive Director of the Association of Emory Alumni
A Rejuvenating Week -- Fifth Alumni University offers participants a pastiche of popular programs
Quote/Unquote -- Assistant Professor of Psychology Scott O. Lillienfeld, from his lecture, "Science and Pseudoscience in the Everyday World"
Quote/Unquote -- Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing Jagdish N. Sheth, from his lecture, "Changing Demographics: National Identity and Family Values"
Closing the Circle
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