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    Egyptian game designers visit Emerson

    A delegation of game designers from Egypt visited Emerson’s Engagement Lab during spring break, March 8–14, to participate in several workshops to aid in developing games to help alleviate societal problems.

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    Students make video with governor, MBTA manager

    Emerson College students were behind a hilarious video that was the talk of the annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast featuring Governor Charlie Baker and embattled public transportation manager Beverly Scott, who is leaving the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) next month.

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    Self-defense for men, women offered

    The Emerson College Police Department has announced it is now offering Resisting Aggression with Defense (RAD) courses for men and women in the coming weeks. The department has regularly provided the self-defenses classes for women, but is now extending the courses to men due to increased interest.

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    Emerson Film Festival on March 22

    More than a dozen student filmmakers are showcasing their work at the Emerson Film Festival this month for a chance at admission into the Emerson Los Angeles Film Festival in the fall.

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    Srinivas speaking for American Academy of Religion

    Tulasi Srinivas, associate professor and director of faculty development for the Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies, has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the New England meetings of the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. 

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    New resource groups for LGBTQ, people of color

    Emerson College has recently launched two new resource groups: one for faculty and staff of color and the other for those who identify as LGBTQ.

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    Survivor resources, advocacy advance at Emerson

    Since her arrival on campus last spring, Melanie Matson has led a number of initiatives for Emerson Violence Prevention and Response (VPR) to educate community members on issues around interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, as well as updating institutional policies.

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    Colombian artists visit Emerson in LA, Boston

    A group of nine young, emerging artists from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Medellín recently presented their artwork at Emerson College Los Angeles and are visiting Emerson College in Boston this month.

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