Emory Report
February 20, 2006
Volume 58, Number 20



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February 20 , 2006
Around Campus

African American Studies sponsors play, Feb. 23
The Dark Tower, a monthly colloquium that supports new scholarship in African American studies and sponsored by the Department of African American Studies, is showing the play Cherry Orchard into Strange Fruit: Magnolia, on Feb. 23 in Room 207 in Candler Library. The hour-long production is set in Atlanta in 1961 and is presented by Regina Taylor, a writer, director, actor and writer-in-residence at the Alliance Theater.

Strategic plan series continues, March 1
President Jim Wagner and Executive Vice President Mike Mandl are holding hour-long sessions this spring to offer faculty and staff opportunities to hear and ask questions about the implementation of Emory’s new strategic plan.

The next session is scheduled for Wednesday, March 1, from 11 a.m. until noon, in the Campus Services Training Room, 100 Watch Tower Place, first floor, Building B. The following meeting will be held Wednesday, March 29, from noon to 1 p.m. on the third floor of Cox Hall. The last session is set for Friday, April 7, (rescheduled from April 3) from 11 a.m. to noon in Room 311 of Bishops Hall. Light refreshments will be served at all meetings.