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Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

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Emerson College’s only independent, student-run newspaper since 1947

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Latest from Kam Burns

Social spaces should cover the bases

By Kam Burns
Published November 29, 2017

It’s a typical Monday morning and I’m getting work done in the CoLab before my class in a couple hours. With coffee in hand, a fully charged laptop,...

YouTube is often the first and only place queer people can find sex education that’s applicable to them.
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Op-Ed: Streaming beyond the mainstream

By Kam Burns
Published October 4, 2017

Polyamory is having a moment in pop culture right now. And by that, I mean that a moderately popular animated Netflix show had a sub-character with...

Emergency procedures outlined at faculty assembly

By Kam Burns
Published September 28, 2017

Professors raised questions about Emerson’s emergency preparedness at Tuesday’s faculty assembly. In light of a lockdown earlier this month, professors...

Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin
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Alum Gaby Dunn returns to Boston for YA book tour

By Kam Burns
Published September 6, 2017

Gaby Dunn frequently walked by the Wilbur Theatre during her time at Emerson and saw the faces of her comedy heroes flashing on the billboard that...

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