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Running Wild: More than 100 people—many of them clearly excited to be there—participated in Volunteer Emory’s annual Get Fit to Volunteer 5K Run/Walk, held March 24 in Lullwater. VE Director Hildie Cohen said the event raised $1,300 that will benefit geriatric health care in Atlanta. Cohen said Volunteer Emory is taking applications from area organizations to receive the funding. Photo by Kay Hinton.

  • Briefs: Law students win Moot Court titles; International festival returns to Quad; Bachman promoted to Hospital COO; Rape Awareness Week features Michael Kimmel

Loudermilk, Chestnut revisit that seventies decade: Kim Loudermilk (left) and Saralyn Chesnut are teaching students about the 1970s in hopes they will learn more about their world today. What does the recent “retro revival” say about society? “One question is: What does dominant collective memory collect, and what does it omit?” Chesnut says. Click here or above for the full story. Special photo.





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