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Sodexho takes over Emory food service: The deli in Cox Hall, now named “The Sandwich Shop,” features Boar’s Head meats—just one of the changes brought on by Sodexho’s arrival on campus as Emory’s new food service provider. So far, those changes have been minor—name switches on several Cox Hall eateries, as well as new menu items—but over the summer more significant changes will appear as campus dining establishments close for renovation. Among Sodexho’s most ambitious plans is to open Jazzman’s Cafés in Woodruff Library and White Hall. Jazzman’s, a Sodexho trademarked brand, features coffee, sandwiches and bakery items made fresh daily. Photo by Jon Rou.


Mary Gullatte, director of nursing for patient oncology and transplant services for Emory Hospitals and the Winship Cancer Institute, was named the 2004 Nurse of the Year by the Georgia Nursing Association. A 26-year employee of Emory, Gullatte has earned her master's of nursing and her credential as advanced-practice nurse practitioner during her time here. Gullatte knew she wanted to be a nurse ever since the third grade, when she told her uncle as much in a letter. She has served on the boards of the American Cancer Society and the National Oncology Nursing Society, and as a volunteer for many organizations, including the American Red Cross, the American Heart Association and the Georgia Special Olympics. “We do whatever it takes,” she says of being an oncology nurse. “Healing is more than physical.” Photo by Jack Kearse.






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