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Circle of Darkness, Circle of Life

A journey to Northern Cheyenne and Crow reservations in southeastern Montana is filled with unexpected lessons for those who learn to listen. Story

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Jessica’s Rules

Campaign Emory

Philanthropy 101

Of Note Winship Cancer Center building

Catching the Breeze

Navigating a fifty-one-foot sailboat in the British Virgin Islands was the final challenge for graduates of the Goizueta Advanced Leadership Academy.


Faulkner Found

Each autumn, a group of Southern literature students and their professor set out for Oxford, Mississippi, to seek the spirit of William Faulkner.


Long Live the King

Elvis remains an icon, judging by the crowds that gather at Graceland—and his famous fashion sense, captured in a new book by Michael Feder 91MBA.


Joni & Me

How Joni Mitchell’s hejira inspired a kindred soul to become a “hitcher on the free, free way”—at least for a little while.



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