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Another odyssey of King Week activities scheduled for 2001. Emory's 17th annual King Week celebration offers a variety of events open to the entire University community, like this candlelight service last year, to honor the life of one of Atlanta's best-known sons. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Ann Borden.



  • Briefs: Medical care foundation grant deadline nears; Essays now being accepted for LGBT contest; Hospitals, Borders Books sponsor depression lecture.








Uppergate Drive, shown here through a new chain-link fence at Clifton Road, has been closed due to construction of the new Winship Cancer Institute. Project Manager Steve Lange said Facilities Management recently received permission from DeKalb County to close the street until summer 2002. He said the move was made mostly due to safety reasons as the 250,000-square-foot, $51.8 million facility rises up from the former site of Uppergate Pavilion. Some access remains to the pediatric clinic and Egleston loading docks, Lange said, and pedestrian traffic is still permitted along one sidewalk. Photo by Jon Rou.




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