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Attention Future Teachers

December 2, 2009 by


By Kaitleen Gillis Emmanuel College Education Club is holding two events of interest to anyone who is an education major or may be interested in becoming an education major. Tomorrow, Thursday December 3rd will be “Meet the Education Department.” This event is being held between 12:30-1:30pm (activities period) in the Library G 18 classroom. This […]

On Campus Today-11/03

November 2, 2009 by


Women’s Volleyball Quarterfinals vs. Simmons Where: EC Gym When: 7:00 PM All About Law School (hear from EC Alumni) Where: JYC Glass Room When: 5:30 PM New Drop-in Writing Hours Begin at the ARC (Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30-2:00 PM)


April 21, 2009 by


By Dustin Watson [spit in my face.] I know what you’re thinking, but the answer is a simple and unfortunate “no.” The giant, blue exhibitionist from Alan Moore’s highly-acclaimed Watchmen comics won’t be dropping by the cafeteria, making an appearance in your  8 a.m. math class or blowing up the new Academic Science Center. Instead, […]

WED: Stand-up Comedy in St. Joe’s

April 6, 2009 by


Update 4/8: Did you enjoy the show? Check out video footage from your favorite comedian.  We’ve got the links to their sites next to their bios below. ResLife will be hosting a comedy night in the basement of St. Joe’s Hall this Wednesday at 8 p.m. By Phil Meagher There will be a free stand-up comedy […]

Science Wing Proposed at Emmanuel For Upcoming School Year

March 29, 2009 by


By Sara Anziani A new proposal has recently been made to further advance the Science program at Emmanuel. The proposal is described by Residence Life Director Alicia Van Neil as a “living learning community focused on the sciences.” It is a designated residential wing for any student who is considering a major or currently majoring […]

C.A.S.E. Hopes to Amend SGA Constitution, “Save Thousands”

February 23, 2009 by


Update: Yesterday, SGA passed an amendment to give C.A.S.E. 25% of the budget.  C.A.S.E. will forfeit its right to special funding.  SGA is now looking for input from students about the amendment.  They ask that students stop in during SGA office hours to weigh in.  There will be a revote in two weeks. By Jim […]

Through the Wire: Race and Higher Education

February 20, 2009 by


Story taken from Liz Pontes’ blog: Let Me Hear That EC Beat By Elizabeth Pontes Andrew Jolivette speaks at this year’s annuel “Through the Wire” lecture series. “What does it mean to be multi-racial?” This question was posed by Andrew Jolivette, the chosen lecturer for Emmanuel’s annual Through the Wire Lecture Series. The Cardinal Cushing […]