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The Clothesline Project, sponsored by Emory Women’s Center, is a visual display of t-shirts containing messages and graphics that bear witness to violence against women. The project consists of 150 shirts, 100 of which were displayed at the Dobbs Center during Rape Awareness Week, April 3-9. New shirts are added to the collection each year, which moves this week to the Carroll Rape Crisis Center in Carrollton, Ga. Photo by Kay Hinton.

  • Briefs: Volunteers needed for Commencement; Vanpool riders sought for new routes; EMCF research committee adds May 1 deadline.

OUCP mini-grants encourage community contact: While interning at Wesley Woods, junior Kylea Asher (right) is interviewing residents like Ann Springer. A University-Community Partnerships mini-grant helped focus Asher’s project. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by John Rou.





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