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January 31, 2000
Volume 52, No. 19



University defrosts after weekend storm

Emory celebrates with Charter Day

Web site gets facelift

A colleague accepts change

Climbing high for a cause

Gordon Parks retrospective exhibit opens at Carlos

Group to honor Chace

Harvard's Kagan to give 'temperamental' talk

'Sampler' kicks off Shaw project for Theater Emory

University Senate

Research looks for topical compound to fight STDs

Emory Sports

Oxford College hosts preview days

Discover what makes Oxford special. The admission staff of Oxford College cordially invites you to spend a day on campus. Attend a class, meet current students, tour the campus, and join us for lunch. Please contact the Admission Office at 770-784-8328 to make a reservation.


Atlanta tuberculosis rate 6 times U.S. average

Tetramers an emerging tool for immunology

Black theology course offered

This six-week theology course starts Thursday, Feb. 4 and is taught by Noel Erskine, associate professor of theology and ethics. As a part of the Candler Theology School's Lay Techno-logy Institute, it is intended to help people explore matters of faith in an ecumenical and Christian context. The course will be taught at Cascade United Methodist Church, 3144 Cascade Road. The basic fee is $45 with registration a week in advance or $50 at the door. A $10 reducation is offered to members of the Emory community and members of LTI partner congregations. Each LTI class offers a 1.0 CEU. Call 404-727-4587 for more information.

Participants needed for psychology study

The Psychology Deplartment is seeking research participants who have two or more of the following characteristics: excessive anxiety in social situations; difficulty trusting other people, including friends; interest in paranormal phenomena, such as clairvoyance, telepathy, or

"Sixth sense"; unusual perceptual experiences (e.g., visual or auditory illusions, sensing the presence of a force or person not actually present). If two or more of these characteristics describe you, and you are between the ages of 18 and 45, you may be eligible to participate in a paid research study dealing with personality and stress. To volunteer, or for more information, contact the Research Center at 404-727-7547.