Events on campus: Jan. 20-25

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Graphic by Ally Rzesa

By Frances Hui

Many students and organizations host events at Emerson and broadcast them on EmConnect’s event page and fliers on bulletin boards around campus. The Beacon’s Living Arts section went through the events for the next week and picked out a few that seemed interesting for the reader.

Jazz Brunch

On Sunday, New Student and Transition Programs Director Steven Martin will host a jazz trio assembled by John Baboian, a Berklee College of Music faculty member. The trio will perform at Center Stage from noon until 2 p.m. Free brunch will be provided.

Fries and Fraternities and Sororities

Resident assistants Sarah Duval and Ally MacLean will bring together representatives from Emerson fraternities and sororities to give out free fried snacks on Monday. Students can stop by the 2 Boylston Place lobby between 7 9 p.m. to learn about Emerson’s fraternity and sorority life culture and their recruitment processes.

EIV Spring 2019 General Meeting

Producers, along with the management board of Emerson Independent Video, will present their production plan for this semester on Tuesday in the Bill Bordy Theater. Students from all majors and levels of experience are welcome to join them from 9:30-11 p.m. to discover opportunities to work for one of the productions this spring.

 

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Immunization Clinic

On Wednesday, Emerson’s Center for Health & Wellness is opening the clinic from 4-6 p.m. for students aiming to receive immunizations. The clinic is located on the third floor of the Union Bank Building. Students enrolled in the college’s health insurance program will receive full coverage for the immunization. HPV and Meningitis B vaccines and tuberculosis skin testing are available during the Immunization Clinic.

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