Relay for Life to
raise cancer funds all night
Teams can still register for the Intown Relay for Life 2002, to
be held at Druid Hills High School, April 1920.
Cosponsored by Emory, the Winship Cancer Institute and the American
Cancer Society, the event raises money for cancer research, education
and patient and community services.
The opening ceremony will be at 7 p.m., April 19, and walkers will
circle the track until 10 a.m., April 20. Each team should have
at least one walker on the track at all times.
For more information, contact event cochair Katina Woods (404-778-4078)
or Emory coordinator Diane Cassels (404-778-4012), or visit www.definition6.com/intownrfl.
Slavoj Zizek, professor at the Institute for Sociology in Ljubljana,
Slovenia, will visit Emory April 2223 for a lecture, book
signing and colloquium.
Zizeks lecture, Passions of the Real: History and Culture
in the XX Century, will take place Monday, April 22, at 4:15
p.m. in White Hall 208. A book signing and reception will follow.
Zizek will wrap up his visit with a colloquium from 10 a.m.noon
in Woodruff Librarys Jones Room.
Zizek, a former presidential candidate in Slovenia, has published
more than 50 books, and has been described by The Village Voice
Literary Supplement as a fast-forward philosopher of culture
for the post-Cold War period.
The photo of Richard Nichols that appeared in the April 8 issue
of Emory Report was miscredited. The image was taken by Jack
Kearse, senior medical photographer for Biomedical Media.