April 7, 2008

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Nancy Seideman,
Executive Editor

Kim Urquhart, Editor

Christi Gray, Designer

Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

Leslie King, Editorial Assistant

Carol Clark, Staff Writer


This canopic stopper — one of 130 artifacts to be on view in the exhibition "Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharoahs"—adorned a large container that held the internal organs
of King Tutankhamun.

King Tut: A coup for Carlos
The anticipation built with each note emanating from professor William Ransom’s piano. Clad in white robes, eyes lined in kohl, Theater Emory students ceremoniously unfurled a scroll to reveal the Carlos Museum’s secret: an all-new King Tut exhibition will premiere in Atlanta.
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Top poets praise, perform, inspire
Emory’s salute to National Poetry Month got off to a joyous start April 2 with the debut exhibition of the University’s Danowski Poetry Library and opening of “A Fine Excess,” an aptly named gathering of some of the nation’s best loved poets, who graced audiences with readings, conversations and good humor. Click here to read the full text of this story.

Jobs look good for ‘08 grads
Despite dismal reports about the national economy, Emory seniors are finding a strong job market and opportunities to use their hard-earned degrees and skills in the work force. Click here to read the full text of this story.