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Students Take Advantage of Empty Campus Over the Holidays

While the holidays often conjure up images of bustling stores, family time and fragrant kitchens, students who spent this holiday season on Emory’s Clairmont campus experienced a vastly different reality. In this nearly two-month-long break, some found community and inspiration, others found isolation and boredom. All agreed, however, that the paucity of students made for [...]

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How to Survive the Holiday Blues

'Tis the season for social distancing. With the pandemic worsening and states tightening public health guidelines, this holiday season has been markedly different. Still, that doesn’t mean that this Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah or New Years has to be anything but inclusive and enjoyable. Here’s some tips to spread holiday cheer in safe, socially distanced ways. [...]

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It’s Time to Revisit Emory’s Spring Plan

Within the past few weeks, the number of COVID-19 cases has sharply risen across the U.S., with a 59% increase over two weeks ago alone. With almost 200,000 new cases each day, the U.S. is in its deadliest COVID-19 phase since the pandemic began. The Emory community has not been spared from its rapid spread.  [...]

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Veteran Alumni Talk Leading Through Crisis and Value of Service

Five Emory veteran alumni spoke with Goizueta Associate Professor of Finance Jeffrey Rosenweig about how their Emory education helped them weather the pandemic to an audience of around fifty viewers on Nov. 11. “Emory has long supported the health care needs of service veterans, changing lives through initiatives such as Emory’s Healthcare Veterans Program, Wounded [...]

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