Category: Featured

Lewis Resigns, Dollard Named Interim SVP

Adding to the list of recent administrative position changes at Emory, University President Claire E. Sterk announced that the highest-ranking Emory communications officer, Jerry Lewis, had been replaced by Vincent Dollard, another member of the communications department. According to an Oct. 31 email from Sterk to all Emory students, Lewis, senior vice president of communications [...]

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Crime Report | 11.02.16

On Oct. 25 at 10:41 a.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding a theft at Dobbs Hall. An Emory student reported that she left her Louis Vuitton key pouch on a lounge table from Oct. 24 at 11 p.m. to Oct. 25 at 8 a.m. When she went to retrieve the pouch, [...]

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Researchers Replicate Ebola Antibodies

Blood samples from the four Ebola-infected patients treated at Emory in 2014 have provided scientists with new findings about the incurable virus, according to Carl Davis, a research fellow at Emory Vaccine Center. Researchers used the samples to replicate the patients’ antibodies, proteins that can identify viruses and potentially lead to vaccines or cures. “These [...]

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Emory Senior Dies, Leaves Legacy

David Kim, a College senior, died Saturday, Oct. 22 at Emory University Hospital (EUH), according to an Oct. 24 email sent by Assistant Vice President of Community Suzanne Onorato to Emory undergraduate students. He was 21 years old. The cause of death has not yet been released. The 21-year-old student spent his final moments with [...]

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Emory Students Engage in Election

Throughout this tumultuous election season, the two major parties share at least one commonality: college students have participated in the 2016 presidential campaigns on campuses nationwide. Republicans and Democrats on Emory’s campus have both worked in bipartisan efforts to register voters, inform students and separately campaign for their respective candidates, Republican nominee Donald Trump and [...]

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