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“I think Emerson in particular is way too aggressive in targeting alumni, and the way they’re spending money is totally out of control,” Everhart said.
While most off-campus students wake up to the ringing of alarms in their apartments, Bailey Galvin-Scott rises to the chirping of birds in the woods. After packing his tent and sleeping bag into his backpack, he hops on the T and rushes to campus for his 10 a.m. class.
“Fashion Week was hectic, but it was also the most rewarding, tiring, awful, and amazing three days,” Ward said.
“We want to encourage the conversation surrounding periods,” Lalani said. “What we do is provide menstrual products to homeless people and to those in need who can’t afford them.”
Since its establishment in 2005, the Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship program (E3), has served as a stepping stone for students who want to advance their careers in business.