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    Men’s volleyball opens conference play with loss against Lasell

    The men’s volleyball team fell to Lasell College three sets to one on Wednesday night in its Great Northeast Athletic…
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    Boyle, Busch honored before senior day victory against WPI

    The women’s basketball team honored forward Charlie Boyle and guard Natalie Busch on senior day and extended the Lions’ five-game…
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    Men’s basketball beats WPI to tie for second place in NEWMAC

    The men’s basketball team beat Worcester Polytechnic Institute, who is ranked No. 2 in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic…
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    Women’s basketball beats Springfield for first time in team history

    The women’s basketball team survived triple overtime against Springfield College on Wednesday night by beating the Pride 89-84 for the…
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    Alumnus continues soccer career on and off the field

    Duncan Bochicchio ’17 knew at a young age that he wanted to incorporate soccer into his career. “As a kid,…


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      EDITORIAL: Valentine’s Day is about more than romance

      At Issue: The impact of Valentine’s Day in college Our Take: Show love to everyone in your life As we celebrate Valentine’s Day, we should remind ourselves of the importance of compassion in a world flooded with partisan disdain and other political, economic, and social issues. Emerson’s population extends far beyond its students. It includes anyone who spends nearly every day…

    • Opinion

      Op-ed: Why joining a sorority is not ‘paying for friends’

      I decided to join Sigma Pi Theta, a social sorority, during my first semester at Emerson. Before returning home for winter break, I finished the new member education process and couldn’t wait to share with my family and friends what I had been up to. The new member education, regardless of the fraternity or sorority, requires both hard work and…

    • Opinion

      Major Thoughts: impassioned students should initiate IDIP, the DIY major

      I knew I wanted to pursue fashion advertising when I started applying to colleges. Fashion had always been a passion of mine and pursuing advertising alongside it would give me a flexible business background within the fashion industry. After visiting Emerson, I fell in love with the school and the opportunities it presented, but its lack of fashion-related curriculum left me…

    • Opinion

      Op-ed: Backing the government’s action to end shutdowns forever

      The longest partial government shutdown in United States history came to an end on Jan. 25, but not without introducing the threat of a second shutdown. Thankfully, after a 35-day period of scathing partisan disagreement, Democrats and Republicans encouraged legislative proposals to prevent further shutdowns.   College students across the country, including those at Emerson, should actively support these motions…

    • Editorial

      EDITORIAL: Creating a supportive environment for student groups

      At Issue: Competing on-campus organizations Our Take: We’re all in this together The college’s focus on arts and communication calls for students to have extensive, hands-on experiences in their field, whether through journalism, performing arts, marketing communication, or other tracks. Most of us gain this experience through on-campus, extracurricular organizations where we work with peers and faculty to develop our…

    • Opinion

      Op-ed: Debunking the common prejudices against accents

      The first thing most people say upon meeting me is, “I hear an accent. Where are you from?” Seemingly, there is nothing wrong with this question, but upon further inspection, accents can play a more significant role in society than we may think. The English Language Learners Seminar in Pronunciation Basics, Basic Public Speaking and American Culture is a one-credit, non-tuition class…

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