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Sterk Talks Political Dialogue

Courtesy of Emory Photo/Video This interview was by Zak Hudak, Julia Munslow, Elana Cates and Annie Cohen. This interview was transcribed by Michelle Lou. In her first four months as Emory University’s 20th president, President Claire E. Sterk faced a U.S. presidential election that shook the school, a movement to designate Emory a sanctuary campus [...]

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Trump Wins Presidency in Devastating Upset; Republicans Retain Senate, House

Republican Donald J. Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States in an election that will reverberate through the annals of American history. Additionally, Republicans maintained control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in yesterday’s vote. Trump led Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton by an Electoral College count of 276 [...]

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Emory Doctors Oppose Proposal to Reallocate Livers

Low socioeconomic and rural patients in need of liver transplants in Georgia could be at greater risk under an Aug. 15 proposal by United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) that would reallocate nationwide distribution of donated organs. Emory University Hospital (EUH) has partnered with other organizations throughout the Southeast that offer liver transplants to create [...]

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First Folio Arrives at Emory

William Shakespeare’s First Folio, the first published collection of his plays, has joined the Second, Third and Fourth Folios at Emory. The Michael C. Carlos Museum opened the exhibition “The First Folio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare,” which displays all four folios, Saturday, Nov. 5. The Second, Third and Fourth Folios, which were exhibited [...]

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Conference Focuses on Female Self-Worth

It’s time for more women’s voices to be heard on Emory’s campus, according to speakers at TEDxEmory’s first TEDxEmoryWomen conference, hosted Thursday night. The TEDxEmoryWomen conference complemented the main TEDxWomen conference, held in San Francisco, and shared its theme, “It’s About Time.” Talks from the three-day event were live-streamed to White Hall 206. TED (Technology, [...]

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