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Diplomacy is the name of Emory's World Game: Members of the China/East Asia team (clockwise from left) Rena Wang, Hnogying Zhang, Victor Gomez and Sonny Chan, plot their strategy during the World Issues Workshop, April 5. The workshop assembled Emory students, faculty and staff as part of a fast-moving, role-playing game that challenged participants to solve the world’s problems through negotiation and cooperation. Teams were chosen at random. Click here to read the full story or above. Photo by Ann Borden.

  • Briefs: Women's Center hosts 'Take Our Daughters to Work' Day; Summer tennis camp signups under way; Noted Irish minister to speak at Candler Homecoming; Business School to sponsor MS walk team; Wind Ensemble premieres commissioned work.

MARIAL's Paxton asks students to prom: “To me, America is foreign,” says Felicity Paxton, a postdoctoral fellow at MARIAL and native of England. “There are huge overlaps culturally between the United States and the United Kingdom, but there are staggering differences, too. I share with my students a desire to look up close at life here,” Click here or above for the full story. Photo by John Rou.





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