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Hundreds of protestors on Wednesday laid face-down for a die-in on Boston Common for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, in solidarity with the time officer Derek Chauvin knelt on the neck of George Floyd, resulting in his death.
Photos: Violence gives way to peace in Boston
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Officers stand in front of a burning police car on Tremont Street.
Violence erupts near Boston campus as police and protesters clash
June 1, 2020
A woman holding an inflated red heart at Boston
Demonstrators crowd Boston Common during third day of protests
Protesters vandalized several of the college
Several college buildings damaged during Sunday’s protests
By Charlie McKenna, Deputy News Editor • June 1, 2020
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh condemned the violence of Sunday nights
City officials praise peaceful protests and denounce violence
By Diana Bravo, Assistant News Editor • June 1, 2020
The Temple Place bus stop sat quietly after the protesters were pushed onto Tremont Street.
Photos: A night of unrest in Boston
By Stephanie Purifoy and Lizzie Heintz June 1, 2020
The marquee outside Emerson
Pelton releases statement addressing nationwide outcry over George Floyd killing
By Charlie McKenna, Deputy News Editor • June 1, 2020

College needs outside experts to make desired change to Title IX policy
College needs outside experts to make desired change to Title IX policy

Last week, the school released its presidential working group draft findings, which sought to detail the sexual misconduct climate at the college...

Claire Rodenbush, the outsider candidate promising radical change, has won SGA
Editorial Board: Claire Rodenbush is the outside change SGA needs

The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated every facet of life at Emerson College, making the Student Government Association's spring election more...

Letter: Rejecting the idea of us versus them
By Kerry Ferrell, Contributing Writer • May 6, 2020
Letter: It is Us Versus Them
By Claire Rodenbush, SGA President-Elect • May 6, 2020

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New Faces: O'Connor joins women's basketball eager to embrace academics and athletics
By Alberto Gilman May 21, 2020

After Quinn O’Connor virtually graduates from Moravian Academy in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, she will join the women’s basketball team as a...

Eight members of the baseball team were named to the NEWMAC 2020 Spring All-Academic Team
Lions claim 35 spots on NEWMAC Spring All-Academic team
By Lara Hill, Deputy Sports Editor • May 14, 2020
The fitness center staff is providing students with creative ways to stay active during the COVID-19 pandemic
Fitness center promotes physical activity with virtual race
By Ethan McDowell, Sports Editor • May 8, 2020
When he wasn
Houston recognized for leadership off the court
By Emily Cardona, Deputy Sports Editor • May 4, 2020
After former captains Cam Barth (pictured) and Kate Nelson left the team, Jared Merrifield and Tori Purcell have assumed their leadership positions.
Skunks stay connected despite abbreviated spring season
By Abigail Hadfield, Deputy Copy Editor • April 22, 2020
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Emerson Missed Connections virtually connects quarantined students
Emerson Missed Connections virtually connects quarantined students
By Ethan McDowell, Sports Editor • May 24, 2020

Emerson Missed Connections posted for the first time on April 29. In less than a month, the Instagram account has amassed almost 2,000 followers...

Junior Tea Kingley creates popular food-themed Instagram account where she reviews restaurants around Boston.
Junior food blogs her way around Boston
By Juliet Norman, Assistant Opinion Editor • May 11, 2020

Junior Tea Kingley called herself “the pickiest eater in the world” for the first 19 years of her life. While studying abroad at Kasteel...

Juniors Christopher Rodriguez and Grant Rosado create a t-shirt company to help those suffering during the coronavirus outbreak.
Juniors create T-shirt company to raise money for coronavirus relief
By Katiana Hoefle, Deputy Arts Editor • April 27, 2020

Juniors Christopher Rodriguez and Grant Rosado lost their jobs, at a retail ski shop and dry cleaner respectively, after the COVID-19 pandemic...

Thomas Pettinelli
Alum produces horror film 'Followed'
By Althea Champion April 25, 2020

When Thomas Pettinelli '13 first came to Emerson College in 2009, he did not anticipate a career in the film industry despite his affinity for...

Emerson MFA student and professor set to release new novel about queer veterinarians.
Graduate student uses queer narratives to retell Robin Hood in new novel
May 30, 2020

Anna Burke, first year MFA student and professor at Emerson, was surrounded by feminist fairy tales like Beauty and the Beast when growing up in the late ‘90s and early...

Alum publishes debut novel "Darling Rose Gold"
By Erin Renzi, Assistant Arts Editor • May 9, 2020