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November 13, 2000


Indigo Girl tickets up for grabs
Staff and faculty tickets for the Nov. 28 Indigo Girls performance in the PE Center as part of Emory’s Year of Reconciliation can be reserved Tuesday, Nov. 14, starting at 9 a.m.

Tickets can be reserved by calling the Office of Student Activities at 404-727-6169 and will be available on a first-call-first-serve basis. There is a two ticket maximum per person.

This event is sponsored by the Student Programming Council.

Flu shots suspended

The flu shot schedule has been suspended due to a lag in vaccine delivery. The Emory Well House and University Health Services will notify the Univer-sity community once additional vaccines have been received.

For more information, please check or call 404-727-WELL.

Emory/GT biomed to hold open house
Emory’s Department of Biomedical Engineering and Georgia Tech will host a graduate studies open house Nov. 15 from 3–4 p.m. in 130 Cell Biology.

The event will highlight the new joint biomedical engineering doctoral program avaliable through Emory and Georgia Tech. Research areas to be discussed are cardiovascular mechanics and biology; neurosciences/engineering; cellular and tissue engineering; biomedical imaging; and biomedical modeling and computing.

Those interested in attending the event should e-mail their RSVP to with the subject heading “Open House.”

For more information on the new joint PhD. program, visit

******Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, Emory Report will not publish on Monday, Nov. 20. We will resume publication on Monday, Nov. 27.



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