Speaker: Dennis Ross Criticizes Carter's Factual Errors by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dennis Ross discussed the Arab-Israeli conflict and his problems with former President Jimmy Carter's take on the issue in a campus town hall on May 1. Ross, a key player in the shaping of U.S. involvement in the Middle East under the past three presidential administrations, said Carter's recent controversial book, Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, is not offensive - it is simply inaccurate.”
Graphic Sex, Violence Meet Philosophy in Rant by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “Over the course of Chuck Palahniuk's latest novel, Rant: An Oral Biography of Buster Casey, readers may feel uncomfortable, disgusted, nauseated and utterly puzzled.
But one thing is for sure: They'll never be bored. The novel is formatted as a series of interviews with 56 different people that come together to form a biography of Buster "Rant" Casey, a man responsible for a large-scale rabies epidemic.”
Farrow Tells of Trips to Darfur at Class Day by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “Actress and activist Mia Farrow brought a serious tone to the ususally lighthearted Class Day ceremony on Thursday, talking about the atrocities she's seen in the Darfur region of Sudan and encouraging graduating seniors to do their part to help end the genocide there.”
Campus Life: After 24 Years, Psychologist Departs by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “For the past 24 years, Charles Lawe has helped hundreds of people transform their lives through his work with the Emory Counseling Center. But now, five years after being diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare form of cancer that attacks plasma cells in bone marrow, Lawe is retiring to deal with his own stress from his battle with a deadly illness.”
Obituary: Science and Arts Patron, Alum Emerson Dies at 90 by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “Cherry Logan Emerson, an Emory alumnus who contributed endowments, donations and two buildings to the growth of Emory's chemistry and music departments, died on April 29. He was 90. Emerson's contributions to Emory reflect his passions for both art and science.”
Emory Prof Illustrates Amorality in America by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “Charley Stranger has officially failed in every aspect of his life. His son hates him, his daughter views him as nothing more than a walking ATM and his wife, Carmine - a childish monster of a woman who's fond of pointing out that he's never been able to please her in bed - is threatening divorce.”
Seven Students Receive Fulbright Grants by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “This article was originally written by Susan McMillan on April 10 and by Mithu Maheswaranathan on April 13. Emory had a strong year in the competition for Fulbright awards, with seven students winning prestigious grants to teach, study, work and do research in five foreign countries.”
Awards: Medical Student Wins Top University Honor by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “This article was originally written by Leisha Chi on April 24. Arun Mohan, an MD candidate at the School of Medicine who earned an MBA from the Goizueta Business School last year, was selected as the winner of the 2007 Marion Luther Brittain Award, the University's highest student honor.”
Men's Tennis: National Title a Highlight for Seniors Masuoka, Friedman by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “The two seniors on the men's tennis team, Lee Friedman and Yoji Masuoka, started their time at Emory as freshman roommates. By their junior year, they were national champions. "There's really nothing like it," Friedman said. "If you ever watch a national championship or the Super Bowl or something on TV, you can't imagine what it's like to experience it firsthand.”
Softball: Three Seniors Leave Their Mark, Recording Three 30-Win Seasons by The Emory WheelMay 10, 2007 “As the end of another season approaches for the softball, three seniors ready themselves to exit the playing field and enter careers outside the bases. According to their teammates, seniors shortstop Lauren Haag, left-fielder Betsy Bruinsma and third baseman Sarah Morse have set impressive examples of leadership and strong work ethic, allowing them to be a vital trio for the Eagles over the last four years.”
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