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    Emerson UnCommon civic game launches Sept. 22

    On Monday, September 22, Emerson launches a civic engagement game called Community PlanIt: Emerson Uncommon, a highly innovative, distinctively Emersonian way of cultivating community input for the College’s ongoing strategic planning process.

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    Polling Society tackles NFL domestic violence

    The Emerson College Polling Society has conducted a nationwide survey about the domestic violence cases that have recently rocked the National Football League.

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    Ferguson media impact discussed in forums

    An invigorating discussion on September 17 about the racially charged events of Ferguson, Missouri, began with a reminder of America’s legacy of inequality. 

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    Health Communication celebrates 20th anniversary

    Ami Schmitz, MA '98, a senior medical producer for NBC News, will give the keynote speech at this weekend's celebration of the 20th anniversary of Emerson's Health Communication Graduate Program.

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    Diplomacy discussed, Algosaibi, MA '98, honored

    Emerson students paid tribute to the late Husam Algosaibi, MA ’98, and his family during a lecture about political diplomacy on September 15, featuring Emerson Trustee Leo Hindery, P '16.

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    Payne joins outrage over Kent State shirt

    Communication Studies interim chair Gregory Payne, an expert on the 1970 Kent State shootings, is expressing outrage over a new sweatshirt designed by Urban Outfitters.

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    9/11 remembered on Boston Common

    A large group of Emerson and Boston community members gathered at the Parkman Bandstand in the Boston Common the evening of September 11 to commemorate the anniversary of the terrorism attacks that shook the world 13 years ago.

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    'Text or Die' talk with students

    A man on a crusade to end distracted driving—after his 21-year-old daughter was struck and killed in a crosswalk by a driver adjusting his GPS in 2009—spoke with Emerson students September 9, asking to help spread awareness.

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