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University examines security post-Sept. 11: University Photography’s Jon Rou traveled to New York to see firsthand the devastation of the Sept. 11 attacks and took this picture of one of the countless makeshift shrines and memorials. Emory’s own police are working with the University’s neighbors along the Clifton Corridor to develop emergency plans in the case of more terrorism in Atlanta or elsewhere.Click here or above for the full story.


O say, can you see? Quite a bit better, thank you, courtesy of the new lights shining on McDonough Field. The Eagles’ women’s game against Brandeis (Mass.), Sept. 22 was the first home match ever to be played at night. The men’s/women’s day/night doubleheader coincided with Emory’s homecoming festivities. The idea behind the fan-friendly night games is to increase attendance. “I hope the crowd will see [a victory] and lots of goals,” women’s soccer coach Michael Sabatelle said beforehand. He got his wish, as Emory topped the visiting Judges, 4-1. Photo by Kay Hinton.






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