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Explore the results from Emerson's first comprehensive climate survey, which found that many students felt sexual assault prevention training was lacking, and that there were strong racial divides in their sense of belonging.
The survey, developed by Emerson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the survey firm ModernThink, polled students chiefly on sexual assault awareness and prevention at the college, but also included questions about diversity, faculty and administration participation, and general well-being.
A play-reading club founded by ArtsEmerson, aiming to revitalize Boston residents’ interest in the performing arts, culminated its first season with a brown-bag lunch.
James O’Hara, one of Emerson’s candidates to fill the open position of vice president of enrollment management, visited the college on April 2 and 3 to hold an open forum and to meet and speak with students, faculty, and administrators.
On March 25, a group of students and professors hosted a kickoff event for the Real Food Challenge in the Bill Bordy Theater, a national program that aims to integrate healthier food into college menus.