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Ansin to house science labs

Emerson College is not only seeking innovation in communication and the arts, but now in the science department. The college is currently planning to build a fully-equipped science lab, expected to open by late February 2015.

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College dedicates mural to Walker Building

In a small ceremony on the 10th floor of the Walker Building on Oct. 16, students, educators and administrators gathered to dedicate a mural inside the establishment to the building itself.

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Professor applies Engagement Lab skills to local school system

Paul Mihailidis, an assistant professor of marketing communication, is leading a wave of social action protesting the elimination of several administrative positions in the Chelmsford Public School District – a move that left his mother suddenly without her job.

Professor helps open Boston's Literary District

Associate Emerson Professor Megan Marshall joined Boston city officials and other literary lovers on October 5th to celebrate the creation of the Literary District, according to Emerson’s website. In a first-of-its-kind move, Boston has created a list of ten iconic sites in the Downtown area that represent the city’s literary past, the site said.

Company offers free domain names for students

Students across Boston can now take advantage of free domain names provided by NameCheap for Education to promote their online presence and take charge of their personal brand, according to a report by the Daily Free Press.

Emailed death threats to Harvard students retracted

Emailed death threats against hundreds of past and current Harvard University students of Asian descent have been retracted by their alleged author, according to the Boston Globe.