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Glenn crowd wins Ben Stein's wisdom: Ben Stein, host of the game show “Win Ben Stein’s Money” on Comedy Central, spoke in Glenn Auditorium April 21 as part of “Republican Awareness Month.” The former speechwriter for Richard Nixon offered students a range of advice not to follow from his new book, How to Ruin Your Life. “Don’t save any money. You’re not going to need it,” Stein told them. “And if you do occasionally need money, borrow it—but don’t pay it back.” During his time on campus, Stein visited the classrooms of political science professors Randy Strahan and Harvey Klehr, saying he was a “big fan” of the latter’s work. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Jon Rou.


Emory Report earned an Award of Excellence for Internal Tabloids and Newsletters from CASE, the professional organization for advancement professionals who work in higher education alumni relations, communications and development.
CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) handed out its 2002-03 awards in February, and Emory collected four. In addition to Emory Report’s honor, the University received an Award of Excellence in Media Relations Projects for “Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America” and Special Merit Awards in Institutional Publications for the “Emory University 2003 Jewel Case Calendar” and “Emory Odyssey.”




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