May 7, 2007
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Kim Urquhart, Editor
Christi Gray, Designer
Bryan Meltz, Photography Director
Diya Chaudhuri, Editorial Assistant
PHOTO: BRYAN MELTZ
Middle school students cover career choices at Emory
The President’s Commission on the Status of Women, in conjunction with the Office of University-Community Partnerships and the Atlanta Women’s Agenda, brought 50 Carson Middle School girls to Emory for a full day of activities as part of Take Our Daughters to Work Day. Fenisha Williams (left) and Jamavia Bougeois created their own Emory Magazine covers at Emory Creative Group.
Emory prepares for Commencement 2007
Be sure to arrive early on Monday, May 14, for Emory's 162nd Commencement, which begins prompty at 8 a.m. on the Quadrangle.
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Budget to grow by 7.4% in '08
Benefactor, alumnus Cherry Logan Emerson leaves legacy of arts and sciences at Emory
Ross: Arabs, Israelis and U.S. share blame for stalled peace efforts
Hopes for peace unite all sides in campus debate on Mideast
Mellon Mays fellowship prepares scholars to transform the academy
Emory's chief audit officer leads internal audit awareness efforts
Wright Caughman named VP for clinical and academic integration
Time magazine names primatologist De Waal one of Top 100 of 2007
Emory to host environmental entrepreneur
Eagle Row Update:
Section of Eagle Row to close temporarily
Avoid Commencement traffic by taking Cliff
Emory Profile: Steve Ennis
First Person: Thee Smith