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    Kids with hearing impairments learn from scholar

    Megan Evans, MS ’15, is this year's Decibels Scholar in Communication Sciences and Disorders, allowing her more time to work with hearing impaired children in Emerson's Thayer Lindsley Program.

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    Burritos boost Thanksgiving clothing drive

    Whether it’s tasting Mom’s pumpkin pie or giving back to the community, Emerson students say Thanksgiving is all about coming together.

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    It's Movember at Emerson PD

    Memebers of the Emerson College Police Department have grown mustaches and raised money and awareness for the nationwide Movember campaign to fight cancers that commonly affect men.

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    Malcolm Rogers accepts David Brudnoy Award

    Members of the Phi Alpha Tau fraternity and Emerson President Lee Pelton presented Museum of Fine Arts director Malcolm Rogers with the David Brudnoy Memorial Award on November 21.

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    Comic authors, illustrators discuss field

    Emerson hosted Graphic Novel Industry Night in the Beard Room on November 18, which featured authors and comic creators Alexander Danner and Dan Mazur along with an illustrator, Shelli Paroline.

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    Bionic body topic of ELA talk

    Magda Romanska, associate professor in Performing Arts, hosted the talk, "Bionic Body: Representations of Disability in Post-Human Culture," at Emerson Los Angeles on November 17.

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    Women's Basketball playing in St. Thomas

    The Emerson Women's Basketball Team has announced it will be traveling to one of the U.S. Virgin Islands next month to participate in the American International Sports Teams (AIST) St. Thomas Classic.

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    Emerson Dance Company dazzles Paramount

    More than 60 student dancers performed at Emerson Dance Company's Into the Jungle production November 15 on the Mainstage of the Paramount Center.

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