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Michael Terrazas, Editor
Eric Rangus, Senior Editor
Katherine Baust Lukens, Staff Writer
Christi Gray, Designer
Jon Rou, Photography Director
From left, Enid Broyard, Brenda Bossett and Antoinette Heron are three of Emory’s newest staff members, and they are happy to be here and fully committed to their new home. Their route to the University, however, has been much more difficult than that of other new hires. All three previously lived in the New Orleans area and evacuated due to Hurricane Katrina. Bossett’s home was destroyed, and though Broyard’s and Heron’s homes can be salvaged, they have chosen to rebuild their lives in Atlanta. Joining Emory was one of their first steps.
PHOTO CREDIT: KAY HINTON
Katrina evacuees find new home at Emory
Upon meeting one another for the first time, two of Emory’s newest Emory employees, Antoinette Heron and Enid Broyard, asked about home.
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