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Welcome Back!

September 14, 2010


By Laura Adrien Welcome back fellow writers, contributors, and readers! For those who already know Le Renard, we hope that you are as excited as we are to begin another semester; for those who are just starting out at Emmanuel, we hope that we will get to know your faces and voices more as the […]

Fashion’s New “It” Girl?

February 12, 2010


Thirteen year old Tavi Gevinson is the darling of high fashion. (Yes, thirteen.) She has traveled the world, covered the Marc Jacobs fashion show from the front row, and even had her name appear in Google’s automatic search – all while she is still too young to even enter high school. Tavi’s blog, Style Rookie, […]

Dreamgirls Tickets Available Through OSAMP

January 29, 2010


By: Laura Adrien Dreamgirls, the six-time Tony Award winning Broadway musical, will run at Boston’s Colonial Theater from February 3rd through February 14th. Emmanuel College’s Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs (OSAMP) will be selling tickets to Emmanuel students with a valid I.D. for a Wednesday, February 10th show at 7:30 P.M. Students can […]

New Roar for Local Band ‘Lions Lions’

January 22, 2010


By: Laura Adrien Danny Poulin, vocalist for local Boston hardcore band Lions Lions, will be stepping down after two years with them. Poulin’s decision to pursue other interests is not reflective of the band as a whole. According to the band’s myspace, “Lions Lions has long stood behind the motto that you should always follow […]

Gaga’s Monster

November 20, 2009


by Laura Adrien Lady Gaga’s sophomore album, The Fame Monster, is set to drop this Monday, November 23. The new album, originally slated as a re-release of her first record The Fame, is now set as a stand alone followup that deals with the performer’s rapid rise in popularity. The eight new tracks detail the […]

Giles Li: Spoken Word from Boston

November 13, 2009


by Laura Adrien Thanks to the Asian Student Association, Emmanuel College was lucky to host Boston based performer Giles Li on campus this past Thursday night. Li, a spoken word poet, both captivated the crowd with his humor and stirred them with the politics of his poetry. He entered the Modular Unit on a light […]

Sleep No More: Punchdrunk’s U.S. Premiere

November 6, 2009


by Laura Adrien British theater company Punchdrunk, in association with American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.), makes its United States debut remounting its production of Sleep No More, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth through an Alfred Hitchcock lens. The Old Lincoln School in Brookline has been transformed into a multi-floor cinematic and theatrical expanse, making the space […]