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Wellness Center to host Sexual Health Fair Friday

Wellness Center to host Sexual Health Fair Friday

By Maddie Barron, Magazine Co-Section Editor
March 2, 2023

The Emerson Wellness Center will host the Come as You Are Sexual Health Fair on Friday, March 3, featuring a variety of activities for students to learn more about sexual wellness. The event will take...

Contraceptive vending machine.

Wellness Center installs emergency birth control vending machine in Little Building

By Bailey Allen, Former news editor
February 15, 2023

Tucked in the corner of Emerson College’s Little Building mailroom is a brand-new vending machine. Not for snacks, though—it’s full of emergency contraception pills. The college’s Wellness Center...

The Emerson Wellness Center entrance located on the third floor of 216 Tremont Street.

Wellness Center introduces new mental health website, 24-hour hotline

By Bailey Allen, Former news editor
February 15, 2023

Emerson College’s Wellness Center introduced its new EmWell website, a mental health resource for students that includes a 24-hour support hotline, at the beginning of the spring semester. The website...

Emerson Flows, resident assistants lobby for accessible reproductive resources

Emerson Flows, resident assistants lobby for accessible reproductive resources

By Maddie Khaw, Assistant News Editor
September 21, 2022

If you menstruate, you’ve probably been surprised by your period at some point and been frustrated when you don’t have period products on hand. These circumstances sparked advocacy from Emerson Flows...

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