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ECRadio Is Dead! (Maybe.)

March 29, 2010 by

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By Dustin Watson [spit in my face.] If this is your first year attending our lovely little school, you probably have no idea that we have a campus radio station. Heck, this might be your eighth consecutive semester at Emmanuel College and you probably still don’t realize it. Believe it or not, it exists. It […]

Fashion’s New “It” Girl?

February 12, 2010 by

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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, […]

Kings of Leon Wins a Grammy?

February 3, 2010 by

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By Cason Latimer (not a music snob just a former fan) I know that it’s very cliché and kind of shallow to start not liking a band because other people like them. I know that bands change their musical style. I also know that most bands are in the music business to make money. That […]

BANG! magazine joins tumblr

February 1, 2010 by

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Last semester I stepped down from BANG! magazine’s presidency — in fact, the 5 seniors on the 7 person executive board all stepped down, allowing for BANG!’s third generation to take over — with hopes that the new gang would get the magazine more of an online presence than we were able to cultivate with […]

Dreamgirls Tickets Available Through OSAMP

January 29, 2010 by

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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 […]

Draw to see what you know

January 28, 2010 by

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By: Teda Kokoneshi Freedom… and we all opened our eyes and started to draw. I didn’t look around to see what everybody else was doing but I had this impression that nobody else did either. It was more or less immediate. In one minute or two, Dr. Lisa Falvey signaled time was out and we […]

Homage to those back from abroad not ready for America…

January 28, 2010 by

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By: Billie Hirsch Upon entering Tatte Fine Cookies & Cakes, I instantaneously peered downward at my feet. No ruby red Mary Janes or compact canine, but, Toto…I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore. With a hint of weathered Victorian elegance and décor that is rustic and simple, I now resided in some foreign […]