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

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The Emerson Forensics Team in Tokyo

Emerson debate team wins big on international stage

By Bishop Marshall, Correspondent
Published April 5, 2023

This spring break, the Emerson Forensics Team traveled to Tokyo for the International Forensics Association’s Annual Speech and Debate Tournament and...

Nostalgic for Harvard: its not what you think

Nostalgic for Harvard: it’s not what you think

By Bryan Liu, Assistant Opinion Editor
Published February 23, 2023

I hate CC100: Foundations of Speech Communications—and that has nothing to do with my teacher or my classmates; it’s me, hi, I’m the problem, it’s...

Freshman William Rowley, Sara Hathaway, and Karthik Ramaswami all placed in the debate competition. • Courtesy of Sara Hathaway.

Roommates team up to take home first place at debate competition

By Lilly Milman
Published November 14, 2018

After their first college forensics team competition, freshman roommates Karthik Ramaswami and William Rowley pranced through the halls to get rid of their...

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