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Friday, September 4, 2009

Photo of the Day: Glenn Memorial Auditorium

It's Labor Day weekend on campus ... soon all this green will turn gold. Glenn Memorial Auditorium (also known as Glenn Church and Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church) is one of the largest (with seating for more than 1,000 people), busiest, and most recognizable buildings at Emory. This angle, though, focuses on Glenn's pastoral side.

In recent years, Glenn has hosted speakers ranging from Salman Rushdie to the Rev. Jesse Jackson, concerts by John Legend and Ben Folds, and comedians of every stripe. It's the home of the annual University Convocation to welcome first-year Emory College students and the diploma ceremonies to say goodbye to graduates of the School of Medicine and the Candler School of Theology. And every Sunday morning, it's the home of Glenn Memorial UMC.

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