From Emory's Student Activity & Academic Center website: Community Membership - Emory University is proud to be one of the few campus recreation facilities in the country to offer memberships to those in the surrounding Emory community and Metro Atlanta. Summer Memberships are valid from May 15th through Labor Day. It provides access to the entire Student Activity & Academic Center amenities during the summer season. Membership Options:
From Emory: Spring Greetings to all: Our next quarterly community meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, June 21, from 6:30-8:00 PM., in room 155 of the North Decatur Road Building. Please mark your calendars now as this will be a special meeting to discuss plans for Emory’s new hospital on Clifton Road. As you know, these informal quarterly meetings are an opportunity to share information and discuss any particular issues of interest or concern to you with Mike Mandl, Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration. Please extend this invitation to others in your neighborhood who may want to participate. I have attached directions to the Lowergate South parking deck, which has a walkway from the deck onto the second floor of the North Decatur Road building. Room 155 is on the first floor.
From the Emory Report, April 13, 2011:
An artist rendering of the Emory Point development.
By David Payne
Beginning this summer, the northern edge of Emory's campus will take new form as construction gets under way at Emory Point. The project, a mixed-use development by Cousins Properties, will transform the fenced area next to the Emory Inn, across from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The site was originally planned for development in 2008 and 2009, but plans were put on hold following the economic downturn.
"Our first phase of development will include 440 luxury apartments, and approximately 80,000 square feet of retail space," says Jason Frost, vice president for development, Cousins Properties, Inc. "The first phase generally is the same as contemplated before the downturn, but now has a slightly smaller retail space than was originally planned, and fewer housing units." [Read More]
From Emory (free and open to the public): Emory World Music Program presents: ECHOES OF ASIA with performances of · Carnatic and Hindustani music · Korean percussion and zither · Sudanese gamelan degung · Chinese traditional music with special guest · Techung, Tibetan singer-songwriter* and introducing · Emory Tibetan Music Ensemble 7pm, Sunday, April 17, 2011 Performing Arts Studies 1804 North Decatur Road The program is free and open to the public. *Techung is currently completing a six-week musical residency at Emory University through the generous financial support of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation.
From Emory's Clifton Community Partnership. Contents: Welcome to the Sustainability & Clifton Community Partnership Update; Month-Long Celebrations for Mother Earth; Generating Ideas to Reduce Carbon Footprint; Sustainability Update: How is Emory Doing?;Additional Effort Underway to Achieve Sustainability Goal;'Green' Conference Focuses on Health Care; Reused Trees Serve as Kiosks in Lullwater Preserve; Students 'Get Hands Dirty' with Placed-Based Learning
From the Emory-Tibet Partnership and Carlos Museum: Remaining Tibet Week events.
From Emory's Carlos Museum: Sand Mandala Workshop for Children; Children's meditation workshop; Family concert.
From the Emory Tibet Partnership: The Emory-Tibet Partnership is pleased to announce Emory’s 11th Annual Tibet Week: March 28th – April 2nd, 2011. Please review the attached poster for a complete list of events. This year, highlights include: Mandala Sand Painting and Traditional Tibetan Butter Sculpture, Buddhism and Science “Debate Night”, a panel on the Middle Way Approach to the Tibet issue, and a musical performance of “Tibetan Love and Freedom Songs” by Techung.
From Emory Report: by David Payne. An oasis is taking shape amid the ongoing construction related to the Emory Village roundabout and streetscape improvements. The roadway for the new roundabout will open space that is currently covered in asphalt for a new "pocket park" adjacent to the Chevron gas station and North Oxford Road. The small park -- approximately 8,300 square feet –- will be one of the newly created public spaces in the revitalized Village.