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Nerding Out

The hype train is departing from Silicon Valley with Path 2.0 — pitched as a mobile “smart journal” for iPhone and Android that functions like a private

Wake up and smell the smoothies

pWhen alarm clocks and copious amounts of coffee donapos;t work#44; students at Emerson might want to turn to a healthier way to

No glove? No love

pCondom Awareness Week has hosted a slew of events#44; including a movie showing of iKids/i (1995) that deals with HIV/AIDS. While students may have questioned

Miss Manners

My mother can tear you down with just one look. While other mothers patiently counted to three or pulled out “the naughty chair” when their

Elise Pié: Hillel’s first converted president

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Miss Manners

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The power of E3 will set you free

Emerson College is usually associated with aspiring filmmakers, actors, and journalists — not businessmen. There are, however, a number of ambitious people who seek to develop a

Marathon day strengthens hearts

The Boston Marathon, an annual event that draws tens of thousands of runners from around the world, brings a benevolence to this normally tourist-wary New

Professor publishes perspective poetry book

Strobe lights flashed in a Boston nightclub, illuminating dancing bodies and striking the partiers faces that shone neon in the darkened room. Pounding music made

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