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Ted Turner delights audience at law school: President Bill Chace (left) and School of Law Dean Tom Arthur greet philanthropist Ted Turner (far right) prior to his address in Tull Auditorium, Jan. 13. Turner was on campus as part of the law school’s Distinguished Speaker Series. Before speaking he visited with Emory administrators and students and also toured the Turner Environmental Law Clinic, which is housed in Gambrell Hall. Once he took the podium, Turner touched on a variety of topics ranging from nuclear nonproliferation to the fact that his sale of CNN to Time Warner cost him not only control of the network of the created, but billions of dollars, as well. “I thought I was buying Time Warner,” he quipped. Click here or above for the full story. Photo special to Emory Report.


Emory Profile: Andrea Gaspardino took over as Emory’s director of Sorority and Fraternity Life last July. Previously, she had been director of the Greek life office at Penn State for four years. Gaspardino knew little about Greek life until graduate school, when she served as house director for a sorority. Upon graduation, she was initiated. For the rest of this month and through the first week of February, Gaspardino is being initiated in an entirely different way. She is involved her first sorority and fraternity recruitment at Emory. Sorority recruitment runs through Jan. 25—the day the men start. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Ann Borden.




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