November 5, 2007

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Nancy Seideman,
Executive Editor

Kim Urquhart, Editor

Christi Gray, Designer

Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

Jessica Gearing, Editorial Assistant

Margaret Harouny, Editorial Assistant


French editorial cartoonist Plantu, the visionary behind “Cartooning for Peace,” will be among the cartoonists from around the world who will speak at Emory on the power of cartoons.

‘Cartooning for Peace’ features
international editorial artists
"Cartoons make us laugh. Without them, our lives would be much sadder. But they are no laughing matter: they have the power to inform, and also to offend,” said former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the inaugural “Cartooning for Peace” seminar at the United Nations headquarters in October 2006.
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November 5 Headlines
‘Sleeping Beauty’ case awakens hopes for disorder

Ashrawi urges more efforts for Palestinian-Israeli peace

Community-connected projects flourish with mini-grants

Unity Month celebration wants to know from all ‘What’s your story?’

English as a Second Language services bridge student, teacher communication

Learning Enhancement Lab supports study with state-of-the-art technology

Lynn to discuss origins of evolution in Life of Mind lecture

Emory scientists named 2007 AAAS Fellows

Diverse slate of authors highlights 2007–08 Creative Writing series

Contemporary art lecture to feature Walid Raad

An intern’s encounter with President Carter

Governance groups share goals and priorities for year

Steps you can take to stay healthy this year

First Person: Lisa Newbern

Profile: Matthew Weinschenk

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