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September 25, 2000
Volume 53, No. 5



Carter Town Hall humorous, touching

Emory picks Ford as new Campus Life VP

PROFILE: Jonathan Simons

Author discusses Dickey's life

New center attacks diseases

Rollins family donates $5M to School of Public Health

University not allowed to make political campaign donations


First Person: Steve Kraftchick

YOR: Reconciliation Symposium

HR Focus: Benefits Q&A

University Governance: PCSW kicks off its 25th anniversary

University Governance: Employee Council celebrates 30th anniversary


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.




University not allowed to make political campaign donations

Drug 'scrubbers' extend lifespan of worms by half



CDC construction to impact traffic

Beginning Sept. 25, the CDC will begin blasting rock on the northwest corner of its west campus jobsite on Clifton Road. The blasting may result in vibrations that could effect research on the Emory campus.

Drilling operations will take place once during the day at 6 p.m. Traffic will be stopped in both directions for two-to-five minutes on Clifton between the fire station and the Emory Materiel Center. Explosive charges will be detonated at this time.

These operations will continue for three weeks, or until all the rock has been blasted.

Security report now online

Each year the federal government requires that all universities publish a report detailing campus crime statistics. In the past, this report has appeared in the pages of Emory Report, but now the university is making the information available online.

To view the 2000 Campus Security Report, visit http://www.emory.edu/WELCOME/SECURITY beginning Oct. 1.


Two Year of Reconciliation event dates were incorrectly listed in last week's Emory Report. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor will speak Nov. 13, and the business school symposium on work and life issues will be held March 2.