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Crime Report | 10.26.16

On Oct. 18 at 6:30 a.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to a call regarding a hit-and-run at Starvine Parking Deck. The caller said she was waiting in line to enter the deck when a white pickup truck pulled into the visitor exit, began reversing and struck the passenger side of her vehicle. She honked [...]

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Rollins, NASA Study Air Quality

Researchers from Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) will soon take their research to the sky, partnering with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in a new satellite mission to study air pollution. NASA chose RSPH as a joint recipient of its $100 million award to study the effects of air pollution on [...]

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SGA Cuts Diwali Funding by Two-Thirds from Last Year

The 50th Legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) voted Monday night to allocate a maximum of $945 in supplemental funding to the Indian Cultural Exchange’s (ICE) Nov. 24 Diwali event, granting less than one-third of ICE’s original funding request. A bill requesting supplemental funding for Emory Reproductive Health Association’s Nov. 12 conference Health Equity [...]

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Students Debate the Need for More Minority Safe Spaces

The Committee for Diversity and Equity (CDE), the newest joint standing committee in Student Government Association (SGA), held its first open student forum last Thursday. The forum focused on student concerns regarding diversity and inclusion on campus, particularly the absence of safe spaces for Muslim and South Asian students. Ruben Diaz Vasquez, CDE member and [...]

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Provost, Executive V.P. Search Begins

University President Claire E. Sterk has launched two search advisory committees to determine which candidates will fill two Emory administrative  positions. Following a series of administrative changes, the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs (EVPAA) and the executive vice president for business and administration (EVPBA) positions are open to be permanently filled, according [...]

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