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Noise rattles Colonial residents
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Noise rattles Colonial residents

Jackhammers and construction noise wake up students living in Colonial Residence Hall instead of their alarm clocks. Residents said they are struggling with the commotion from Little Building and Colonial Theater despite the college’s attempts to find a solution.   “It’s so loud and it feels like the windows don’t do anything to keep the...

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Pelton featured in Boston Fox25 Black History Month series

Boston Fox25 interviewed President M. Lee Pelton about his path to becoming the first black president of the college for a Black History Month profile series that aired this month. Boston’s first black police chief William Gross, and Framingham’s first mayor Yvonne Spicer are among the others profiled in this series. The article chronicled Pelton’s dedication to academia...

Library databases cut, replaced with alternatives
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Library databases cut, replaced with alternatives

The Iwasaki Library cut five databases from their collection at the beginning of the academic year due to the availability of cheaper alternatives and lower student usage than previous years. Ad$pender, Baseline, Nielsen Film Industry Data, Nielsen Music Industry Data, and Nielsen Answers were removed from the 128 offered databases in 2017, Daniel Crocker, electronic...

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Mass Green Summit brings environmental action to Emerson

The college will host the third annual Mass Green Summit—a series of panels advocating for grassroots environmental action—as part of its seven-year promise to lower the college’s environmental impact. The event will be in the Semel Theater in Tufte on Feb. 3. Mass Green Network, the organization behind the summit, will discuss issues such as...

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RA application process drops group interview

Next year’s Resident Directors will select resident assistants through a more individual-based application process, deviating from the previous group-based system. “This change will streamline the process,” said Associate Dean of Campus Life Erik Muurisepp. “It’s just the evolution of how we want to recruit and select staff.” Senior Trevor Howell, a resident assistant in the...

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VMA department downsizes due to scarce resources

The college accepted fewer visual and media arts students this year due to limited faculty and campus resources. Chair of the VMA Department Brooke Knight said the number of VMA students in the class of 2021 has continued a deliberate downward trend that started in 2016. “Four years ago, I recognized that there was a...