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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Apes vs. Humans, Finding Common Ground
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Is war ever truly inevitable? In the latest installment of Emory Looks at Hollywood, conflict resolution expert and Emory professor Shawn Ramirez gives advice about how the apes and humans in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes could avoid war.

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Is Emory the right fit for you? Schedule a visit to find out about campus tours, information sessions and potential opportunities to talk with professors, coaches and students.

Is Emory the right fit for you? Schedule a visit to find out about campus tours, information sessions and potential opportunities to talk with professors, coaches and students.READ MORE >>

George Armelagos, Goodrich C. White Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at Emory College and one of the founders and leaders of the field of paleopathology, died May 15, 2014. He is pictured with Emory graduate student Kristin Harper at last year's annual meeting of the AAPA.

George Armelagos, Goodrich C. White Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at Emory College and one of the founders and leaders of the field of paleopathology, died May 15, 2014. He is pictured with Emory graduate student Kristin Harper at last year's annual meeting of the AAPA.READ MORE >>

Kaeya Majmundar, a rising senior in Emory College of Arts and Sciences, will appear on the season finale episode of "Shark Tank."

Kaeya Majmundar, a rising senior in Emory College of Arts and Sciences, will appear on the season finale episode of "Shark Tank."READ MORE >>

Meet Matthew Pesce, the 2014 recipient of the Lucius Lamar McMullan Award. The McMullan Award recognizes Emory College graduates who show extraordinary promise of becoming our future leaders and rare potential for service to their community, the nation, and the world.

Meet Matthew Pesce, the 2014 recipient of the Lucius Lamar McMullan Award. The McMullan Award recognizes Emory College graduates who show extraordinary promise of becoming our future leaders and rare potential for service to their community, the nation, and the world.READ MORE >>

Megan Light, an anthropology and human biology major in Emory College, is the 2014 recipient of the university's highest student honor, the Marion Luther Brittain Award. The award is presented to a graduate who has demonstrated exemplary service without expectation of recognition.

Megan Light, an anthropology and human biology major in Emory College, is the 2014 recipient of the university's highest student honor, the Marion Luther Brittain Award. The award is presented to a graduate who has demonstrated exemplary service without expectation of recognition.READ MORE >>

Emory College of Arts and Sciences graduates in the Honors Program are recognized with the distinctions of Honors (cum laude), High Honors (magna cum laude) and Highest Honors (summa cum laude).

Emory College of Arts and Sciences graduates in the Honors Program are recognized with the distinctions of Honors (cum laude), High Honors (magna cum laude) and Highest Honors (summa cum laude).READ MORE >>

Did you know that Emory College offers many summer programs for both college and high school students? Check out the the Summer Programs website and see if one is right for you. Applications are available now.

Did you know that Emory College offers many summer programs for both college and high school students? Check out the the Summer Programs website and see if one is right for you. Applications are available now.READ MORE >>

 Winners of the 2014 Woodruff Library Undergraduate Research Award

Meet the Emory College winners of the 2014 Woodruff Library Undergraduate Research AwardREAD MORE >>

When Brendan O'Connell 90C graduated from Emory College with a degree in philosophy and Spanish literature, he thought he'd go on to become a writer. Instead he would become known for his paintings of Walmart.

When Brendan O'Connell 90C graduated from Emory College with a degree in philosophy and Spanish literature, he thought he'd go on to become a writer. Instead he would become known for his paintings of Walmart.READ MORE >>

Emory College's Department of Environmental Studies has a new name, the Department of Environmental Sciences, and a new master's program.

Emory College's Department of Environmental Studies has a new name, the Department of Environmental Sciences, and a new master's program.READ MORE >>