News Roundup | 10.31.18

Suspect Arrested for Sending Bombs to Trump’s Opponents in Mail The FBI arrested Cesar Sayoc Jr. on Oct. 26 for allegedly mailing 14 explosive devices to critics of President Donald J. Trump. The targets included former U.S. President Barack Obama, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), actor Robert De [...]

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Clery Report: Moderate Increases of Burglaries, Drug Law Violations

The annual Clery report, released in a Sept. 30 University-wide email, revealed an increase in reported burglaries and drug law violation referrals at Emory’s main campus in 2017. The document counts reports of crimes reported to Emory Police Department (EPD) or other University employees in 2017, even if the crimes were reported anonymously or determined [...]

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University Announces New Strategic Framework

Provost Dwight A. McBride (Center) leads a panel on Sept. 5 discussing the University’s new strategic framework./Madison Bober, Multimedia Editor University President Claire E. Sterk and Provost Dwight A. McBride unveiled on Sept. 5 a new strategic framework entitled “One Emory: Engaged for Impact,” goals designed for Emory to gain recognition as a leading research [...]

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Emory Loses $19,000 in Fake Invoices Scam

The Michael C. Carlos Museum. / Hagar Elsayed, Video Editor Emory University lost more than $19,000 over a three-year period via payments of several fraudulent invoices for art acquisitions. Officials at the Michael C. Carlos Museum contacted Emory Police Department (EPD) on Jan. 27, 2017, after noticing six suspicious paid invoices dated between December 2012 [...]

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