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Junior returns funds raised for homeless men following discovery of sex-offender status

By Grace Griffin
Published October 22, 2019

Junior Karigan Wright disabled her GoFundMe campaign for three local homeless men after learning all are registered as level-three sex offenders in Massachusetts.  Karigan...

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Junior raises money to help homeless men secure winter housing

By Cassandre Coyer
Published October 2, 2019

Editor's note: Continued coverage on this story can be found here.  Junior Karigan Wright, like many students, walks by the 2 Boylston Place alley...

Emersons downtown Boston campus.

Emerson kicks off ‘Adventures in Ethics’ lecture series

By Kaitlyn Mettetal
Published October 5, 2018

Emerson commenced its fifth iteration of “Adventures in Ethics,” a series of lectures centered around concurrent philosophical topics, with this year’s...

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