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Camp Sunshine Presents Cocktails for Cancer

Camp Sunshine Presents Cocktails for Cancer
Cocktails for Cancer
Benefiting Camp Sunshine
 
Compound
September 8, 2011
7 - 10pm
 
Cocktails for Cancer will be an amazing night of fun with Atlanta’s finest Mixologists at Compound, the city’s premier nightclub.

Emory Class of 2015 Photo Timelapse

Emory College of Arts and Sciences (the university's primary undergraduate division) welcomed 1,357 freshmen to campus for fall semester, chosen from a highly selective and diverse pool of 17,027 applicants.  The class hails from 48 states and beyond, with 13 percent of the students (both U.S. and non-U.S. citizens) representing 31 countries outside of the United States. About 34 percent of the class hails from the Southeast, 22 percent from the Mid-Atlantic region and the rest spread among the West, Southwest, Midwest and New England. Nearly two-thirds of the class come from public schools. As a part of their welcome to campus, every freshmen gathered on Emory's quad to take a class photo forming the number 2015.  Here's a timelapse video showing you how it all happened.

48% off Tickets to Motherhood The Musical at 14th Street Playhouse ($50 value) 8PM shows, Sept 22-29

48% off Tickets to Motherhood The Musical at 14th Street Playhouse ($50 value) 8PM shows, Sept 22-29

There’s nothing better than sharing the trials and tribulations of motherhood with your closest gal pals. Pile into the minivan and treat you and your girlfriends to the perfect Mama’s Night Out. CLICK HERE TO SAVE 48% off tickets to “Motherhood The Musical®” at the 14th Street Playhouse ($50 value)!

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Parenting a College Student: What to Expect

Parenting a College Student: What to Expect

It happens at the same time every year.  That once-in-a-lifetime experience for parents, dropping their kids off at college for the first time.  It's a difficult transition for parents, going from having a high school student always around to having a college student only at home occasionally.  Emory University psychology professor Marshall Duke speaks to parents at Emory's orientation weekend to help them with that transition.  He supplies tips for how to cope, discusses what emotions to expect, and what to say to your student when your leaving campus.

The Ugly Duckling Returns to Center for Puppetry Arts

 The Ugly Duckling Returns to Center for Puppetry Arts
Beloved Tale of Self-Discovery Charms Audiences
 
 
The Center for Puppetry Arts presents a whimsical production of The Ugly Duckling from August 18 – September 18, 2011.

"Movies in the Park" - Civil War 150th Anniversary Series screens Academy Award-Winning Movie GLORY

"Movies in the Park" - Civil War 150th Anniversary Series screens Academy Award-Winning Movie GLORY

Civil War 150th Anniversary Series screens Academy Award-Winning Movie GLORY
MOVIES IN THE PARK in Grant Park welcomes free fun for the entire family!

Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum continues its Inaugural Four-Year Civil War Series “The American Civil War: One-Hundred-Fifty Years Later” with “Movies in the Park” an outdoor movie screening in Grant Park. Friday, August 12 at dusk, Grant Park is the location for the rescheduled screening of “GLORY”.

Atlanta Urban League Young Professionals 'Dream Catchers' Gala Honors Key Stakeholders in Atlanta

Atlanta Urban League Young Professionals 'Dream Catchers' Gala Honors Key Stakeholders in Atlanta

ATLANTA -- "What's Happenin' in SWAT (SW ATL)..." Did you know... On August 12, 2011 (7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.), the Atlanta Urban League Young Professionals (AULYP) will host its annual signature awards gala, Dream Catchers.

The event which was designed to honor local community leaders who exemplify excellence in serving their community and high school seniors who demonstrate excellence in academics, will take place at the Bill Lowe Art Gallery (1555 Peachtree Street #100, Atlanta).  Nina Brown of WXIA-TV 11 Alive News will serve as the mistress of ceremonies for the occasion.

This year’s award nominees represent key stakeholders in the Atlanta community who were identified based on their work in areas relevant to AULYP’s empowerment initiatives: education; economic growth; health and quality of life; civic engagement and leadership; and civil rights and racial justice.