A Tennessee born and raised student who’s life used to be full of football fanaticism writes about how Emory University’s lack of a football program has allowed her explore other aspects of life and the city of Atlanta.
story about various opioid epidemic points like: how society needs to stop treating the addicted as criminals and treat it as an illness and stop blaming them. The basic moral is that it’s our problem, not solely theirs.
The culture of making our kids sleep separately for Emory Alumni Magazine.
Lessons from Lincoln for Trump
Professor Bhagirath Majmudar reflects on his 44 years teaching at The Emory School of Medicine.  Here is the excerpt from the story that grabbed my visual bone, “How vacant the night will look, if only moon was allowed to shine, and not the million stars,” said the Nobel Laureate poet Rabindranath Tagore. I am happy to have seen innumerable such stars at Emory, and they have guided me like stars always do. As men and women, they were mortals in themselves but secured the immortality of our institution. Dislodged stars do not leave an empty sky behind.”
Spot for Emory Alumni Magazine about the author, Asha French, trying to raise her daughter free from social stereotypes of what a girl should be, only to have her daughter show disinterest in the “boys stuff” and embrace the “girlie” stuff.
An alumni author writes about the challenges and joys of caring for a child with Down's Syndrome
Embracing the great unknown.
Yerkes National Primate Research Center Holiday Card 2018
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