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Special Issue

Campaign Emory Success

In this celebratory Emory Magazine, meet a few of the students, faculty members, alumni, researchers, and places that have felt the impact of Campaign Emory—and some of the donors who made it possible. See a list of stories by school

Features

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Over Achievers

A new scholarship with strong Emory ties gives hope to students from Washington's troubled schools.  Story

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The Accidental American

Patrick Allitt, the first Cahoon Family Professor of American History, is ‘one of the great teachers you need to have.’  Story

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When Memories Fade

Patients, families raise money and awareness for Emory's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. Story

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Nineteen Floors, Millions of Stories

From the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory improves lives around the world. Story

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Because Health is a Human Right

Thanks to scholarships, dreams are born—and so are healthy babies. Story

Prelude

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Why We Give

On the first Sunday of Lent, I visited Epworth United Methodist Church, which is just down the street from my house. My commitment for Lent this year was to walk to a different church in my neighborhood each week, so I thought I’d start closest to home. Story

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