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College maintains flu shot policy despite state reversal

By Camilo Fonseca, Editor-at-large
January 27, 2021

Emerson will continue to require students to receive a seasonal flu vaccine despite the reversal of the Massachusetts policy that initially brought on the mandate, college officials confirmed this week. The...

172 Tremont building.

172 Tremont delays reopening to Jan. 30

By Frankie Rowley, Content Managing Editor
January 4, 2021

Emerson announced Monday that 172 Tremont will have a weeklong delay in full reopening as COVID cases in Massachusetts continue to rise.  Josh Hamlin, director for campus centers, sent an email Monday...

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.

Baker tightens COVID-19 restrictions on masks, restaurants amid statewide surge

By Charlie McKenna
November 2, 2020

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced stricter restrictions for restaurants, entertainment venues, and informal gatherings in an effort to slowing the spread of the coronavirus statewide as numbers...

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