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Quarrel Club @ Emerson is new to campus and hopes to bring intelligent debates with it.
Students create art gallery.
In a room that once held the iconic set of “Will and Grace,” Iwasaki Library frequenters now have a detailed mural mimicking stained glass to enhance their studying environment.
Emerson fraternities may not be as popular at Emerson as they are at state schools, but they still are able to support the community in immense ways.
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18 student ideas generated in the yearlong Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship program were showcased at the annual E3 Expo.
Three professors were recently selected for Emerson’s teaching awards after being nominated by students and their colleagues.
Jeffrey Schoenherr, vice president of alumni relations, announced he would leave next week. Kelly Bates, who was the founding executive director of the Elma Lewis Center for Civic Engagement, Learning & Research, left on Feb. 6.
Ten organizations became recognized by the Student Government Association last Thursday after being reviewed by the Organization Recognition and Review Board.
Five Cent Sound, a student music magazine, and the sorority Kappa Gamma Chi requested additional funds at a Student Government Association meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 2.
Emerson plans to expand its reach across mobile platforms by introducing a new smartphone app in the spring.
The portion size of mozzarella sticks in Piano Row’s Max Cafe has increased, thanks to efforts by sophomore Jackson Davis.
Emerson received about 96 percent of its revenue from tuition in the 2014 fiscal year.
The Boylston Place dorm is meant to house students who would otherwise have lived in Little Building while the 97-year-old structure undergoes long-needed renovations. Combined, the projects could cost $175 million total.
Faculty, staff, and students joined members of the Emerson Engagement Lab on Thursday in the Beard Room to review the results of the online game Emerson Uncommon.
After much deliberation, the council decided that it would grant an additional $2,347 to the group just for this semester’s budget.
President Emily Solomon asked Matson to meet with SGA after members of the association expressed their interest in meeting with her at the beginning of the semester.
The Student Government Association discussed mental health and housing at Tuesday’s meeting.
Emerson has something new to laugh about: The School of the Arts will offer a five-course interdisciplinary minor in comedy performance and writing next semester.
The Student Government Association voted unanimously to name junior Capri DeBiccari as the new Public Relations Chair. This seat has been vacant since the beginning of the semester.
Emerson Police Chief Robert Smith announced his department will form a student task force to give feedback on its new security procedure at a meeting with the Student Government Association on Tuesday.
The civic engagement game, Community PlanIt: Emerson Uncommon, came to an end on Monday, earning prize money for three on-campus initiatives, an immigration reform education program, an interactive project featuring Emerson history, and stress-relieving dogs to end the semester.
Newly elected members appeared at Tuesday’s Student Government Association meeting and were announced at roll call.
Two top administrators discussed a Student Government Association initiative to improve academic policies during the group’s meeting on Tuesday.
The Student Government Association discussed the issue of students smoking in designated non-smoking areas on campus at Tuesday’s meeting.