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    Video games and gun violence

    Panelists disagreed on the censorship issue during the discussion, "Gun Violence in the Media and Electronic Games," at the Semel Theatre on March 18.

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    Response Ability Project examines bystander roles

    The national Response Ability Project is coming to Emerson on March 20 to teach community members how to examine their role as bystanders during instances of hazing, bullying, assault, drug or alcohol abuse, and discrimination.

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    Students connect with NYC alumni

    More than 50 undergraduates trekked to the Big Apple on March 15 for the annual New York Connection trip, which provided opportunities for current students to meet alumni who share their career paths.

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    Sign language dinner raises awareness

    The Emerson College American Sign Language Club held its annual Silent Dinner, encouraging those who are and aren’t fluent in sign language to communicate without using words for the duration of the meal.

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    Communication in the big data age

    Executives of successful start-ups discuss what today's students should know in the age of big data.

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    Community service is spring vacation

    Several Emerson students passed on party-like vacations this spring break to shingle roofs, tutor public school students, and serve in soup kitchens as part of the Alternative Spring Break program.

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    Radio minor available for students this fall

    A new interdisciplinary Radio minor is being offered in the fall 2012 semester through the School of Communication, and is now open for enrollment.

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    Book examines pop stars, how gender plays role

    Assistant Professor of Marketing Communication Kristin Lieb's new book lifts the veils on the construction of pop stars, how the create brand identities to maximize earnings and how gender plays a role.

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