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Several groups of Emory students will spend their week off working in service to others in a variety of locations, including Columbus, Ga., New York City and Central American, during the university's spring break March 9-17.
One of the significant, yet lesser-known types of research, scholarship and discovery at Emory University will be demonstrated in a concert of new contemporary music at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 30. Emory senior Andrew Boles will be joined by leading professional musicians in presenting his three world premiere compositions, "Letter to Barrett Slepian," "Algal Bloom" and "Emily."
Atlanta, Ga. In a novel university-based leadership program,
Emory's inaugural class for the Kenneth Cole Fellowship in Community
Building and Social Change is beginning to learn just what it takes
to make a difference in society. The comprehensive, 12-month program
combines teaching, research and community service to help prepare Emory
undergraduates to become part of the next generation of community builders.
WHAT: iMovieNight Showcase, featuring the highlights of iMovieFest, a week long, movie-making event created by Emory University students.
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