Nov. 29, 2011
This weekly e-bulletin is designed to highlight campus news and events from Emory Report.
A campus-wide celebration on Dec. 7 will cap Emory's 175th anniversary year and pay tribute to Emory History Makers and their descendants. »
Music of diverse cultures around the globe and of the holiday season fills December. »
A new student-led effort assists students who are facing unforeseen financial challenges. »
The weekend before Thanksgiving, a group of Muslim and Jewish students came together to provide food for refugees in the Clarkston community and toured a mosque and a synagogue. »
Predictive health professionals will discuss the body's bacteria, fungi and viruses and their role in health at a free forum on Dec. 2. »
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World AIDS Day observance: "Quilt on the Quad"
Lecture by film historian Kevin Brownlow: "My Life with Napoleon (1927)"
Mary Lynn Morgan Annual Lecture: "Collaborative Care: What Advances in Breast Cancer Can Teach Us About Reforming the Health Care System"
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"Throat cancer deaths drop in the U.S. but rise for white men," Fox News, Nov. 22
"In Gingrich's past, a lesson on ambition," National Public Radio, Nov. 22
"Why Egypt matters," Al Jazeera, Nov. 20
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