NIA funds Emory clinical research lab for LGBTQ health-related study

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently began funding the Wharton Lab, a research lab in Emory University’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, $812,655 for a three-year study concerning the relationship between LGBTQ individuals and age-related diseases. The study began Sept. 30 and will end in late August 2024. “I’ve really always been fascinated [...]

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Jack Harlow highlights Homecoming, but Fetty Wap doesn’t show

“Damn, I wish Fetty Wap could’ve been here,” rapper Jack Harlow said as he surveyed the crowd of over 3,800 students at the 2021 Emory University Homecoming concert. Harlow’s words midway through his performance reflected many students’ sentiments about the annual event, dubbed Swoop’s Ball, held by the Student Programming Council (SPC) on Oct. 16 [...]

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Emory University joins Race to Zero, Climate Leadership Network

Emory University President Gregory Fenves signed onto the Race to Zero global climate campaign and placed the University in the Climate Leadership Network (CLN) on Oct. 3 after he and Associate Vice President of Sustainability Ciannat Howett met with members of the Emory Climate Coalition to discuss the University’s next steps in combating climate change.  [...]

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