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October 2, 2000
Volume 53, No. 6



Science ed program still going strong

Sills hits high notes for Emory Medalists

LGBT survey will measure campus climate

Emory breaks records in '99-'00

UA deck to open its gates on Oct. 9



Information Technology Focus: Classrooms with a global view

University Governance: Faculty Council, LGBT



Clothing sale set for Sept. 29-30

The Children's Clothing Sale at the Glenn School for Young Children will be Sept. 29 from 9:30 a.m.­7 p.m., and Sept. 30 from 9 a.m.­2 p.m. in the Glenn Memorial Youth and Activities Building at 1669 North Decatur Road. For more information, call 404-634-6494 or visit http://glenclothingsale.tripod.com.




Emory hosts events for fire prevention week

Starting Oct. 9, Emory will begin publicizing tips for National Fire Prevention Week. Events are aimed to explain to students the dangers about fires.

Safety tips will be offered and discussed each day. Topics include: Monday, Oct. 9: "Crawl low under smoke to your exit"; Tuesday, Oct. 10: "Plan your escape"; Wednesday, Oct. 11: "Be careful with smoking materials"; Thursday, Oct. 12: "Use electricity safely."; Friday, Oct. 13: "Cook safely."

For information, contact Amanda Boor in Fire Safety at 404-727-7378.

Workshops aimed at Emory Village's future

Emory is hosting three workshops to solicit input for planning the future of Emory Village. The workshops will feature planning and urban design consultants from the Urban Land Institute and the Atlanta District Council, and anyone is welcome to attend.

The workshops are scheduled for Oct. 5 from 7:30­9:30 p.m., Oct. 10 from 7­9:30 p.m. and Oct. 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Refreshments will be served at each. The Oct. 5 event will be held in 207 White Hall, while the Oct. 10 and 28 events will be held in Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church's Fellowship Hall. For more information, call 404-727-5166.

Candler hosts week-long event

Women's Week 2000, sponsored by Candler Women and The Program of Women in Theology and Ministry, kicks off "Women's Week 2000" on Monday, Oct. 2. The theme for this year's program builds on the apocalyptic consciousness of an emerging millenium.

Events-ranging from a workshop with artist Lucy D'Souza Krone to a service conducted by the Rev. Bridgette Young-will run through Thursday, Oct. 5.

For more information, contact Mary Elizabeth Moore at 404-727-4180. All events are free.