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Friday, August 21, 2009

Success After Emory

"Success After Emory."

That would actually make a great tagline for the EAA. Alas, it's already taken.

The Emory College of Arts and Sciences just launched the 2009 edition of its web feature, Success After Emory, and it's pretty spiffy. Success After Emory is an impressively designed collection of 34 profiles highlighting the accomplishments (and future plans) of our newest alumni. Be careful when you're scrolling through the photos, though. The remarkable stories of these new graduates might make you wonder what in the world you've been doing since you graduated.

Or maybe that's just me.

To give you just an inkling of what you'll read: former Student Government Association President Maria Town 09C is staying at Emory and will be working for the University's Office of Disability Services. On the other end of the geographical spectrum, Ann Horn 09C is moving to Africa to work with a nonprofit, Grassroot Soccer, that helps with HIV/AIDS education.

Many new graduates will be continuing their education. Zachary Nadler 09C is one example. He'll be at the University of California studying astroparticle physics. Several other of our young alumni will be taking some time off, just to get some perspective on life after college.

Success After Emory also includes several video profiles and well as some class statistics.

Well, what are you waiting for, go there now! And if you like, check out our successful 2008 graduates.

--Eric Rangus, director of communications, EAA

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