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Cox computer lab opens new doors: Belly up to the Mac Bar! That’s the whimsical name of this row of Macintosh computers along one wall of the newly renovated Cox Hall Computer Center. That’s where college juniors Jacob Meyer (left) and Julia Samaddar are trying out one of the more than 70 computers in the center, which has been outfitted with $500,000 worth of new equipment. Following a nearly $1 million renovation, the center reopens today and should prove to be a conduit of computer work on campus. “It remains to be seen how this space is going to be used, but we are going to have a good time finding out,” says ITD project manager Marisa Benson. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Ann Borden.


$1.5M grant will promote faith-based healing:

Gary Gunderson and Mimi Kiser, director and assistant director, respectively, of the Interfaith Health Program of the Rollins School of Public Health, have received on the program’s behalf a federal grant of $1.5 million for the promotion of public health though faith-based communities. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Ann Borden.




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