October 1, 2007

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Nancy Seideman,
Executive Editor

Kim Urquhart, Editor

Christi Gray, Designer

Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

Jessica Gearing, Editorial Assistant



Oded Borowski (far left), leading the most recent dig at Tell Halif, Israel, says his fascination with archaeology began when he was a child growing up near Tel Aviv.

Archaeologist digs up secrets of a forgotten place in time
History is full of famous people, great monuments and burning questions. But if Oded Borowski could visit any time and place, he would travel back 2,200 years to a now forgotten border town in the former kingdom of Judah. He’d like to meet a resident there and ask: What did you have for breakfast? What do you do for a living?
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October 1 Headlines
President’s address takes stock of Emory’s strengths

Report captures Year of the Faculty dialogues, outlines actions

Campus dialogues outline complex issues facing Grady

Goizueta receives $10M to establish new center

Emory’s cameo in ‘Into the Wild’
becomes reality through staff efforts

Roches to rock ‘Cradle of Christianity’

Shared computing cluster now available for University

Kingsolver urges consumers to step up to the plate and eat locally

Trees to be replanted near new psychology building

University alumna receives MacArthur ‘genius’ grant

Barrier island is no barrier to science education for Martin’s class

De Waal to discuss what we can learn from primates

Coca-Cola Artist in Residence to perform with Emory ensembles

First Person: Paige Parvin

Profile: Tim Downes

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