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  • For The Kids
    We were told to sleep during the day as much as possible, since from 10:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m. we would be wide-awake. This wasn’t a problem at all for me; although I remember thinking it was kind of weird to hop in bed late mid-day with my alarm set ... read more
    Source: Going All InPublished on 2017-03-02
  • Students Present work in the Biophysical Society
    Raquel Ferreira and Sadie Piatt traveled to New Orleans with Dr. Allen Price to present their work at the Biophysical Society Conference. The title of their work was "Measuring the kinetics of DNA cleavage with single molecule resolution".     ... read more
    Source: Chemistry and PhysicsPublished on 2017-02-25
  • (Fin)spiration
    Last summer I was fortunate enough to take a study-abroad marine microbiology course at Emmanuel with Dr. March (one of my favorite faculty members here). After the lecture portion in the Spring, we got the opportunity to travel to Australia to conduct field research as well as explore both Sydney ... read more
    Source: Going All InPublished on 2017-02-22
  • Emmanuel’s Theater Programs Continue to Earn Accolades
    Christina Listro '17 has won the "KC/ACTF Barbizon Award for Excellence in Costume Design" for Emmanuel's spring show, "A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine." As part of the award she will travel to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. for the National Festival and is invited to present ... read more
    Source: Published on 2017-02-21
  • Name Dropping and Product Mentions: Branding in Popular Music Lyrics
    The latest publication (Feb. 2017) of Dr. Mark A. Flynn, Assistant Professor of Media & Communication Studies at Emmanuel, was a collaborative effort that explored name dropping and brand mentions in popular music lyrics. He and his co-authors analyzed over 600 songs from the six most popular genres: Rap, Rock, ... read more
    Source: Published on 2017-02-21
  • Il coro degli stonati
    Da anni l'Orchestra Verdi di Milano organizza corsi per insegnare le tecniche di canto anche a chi pensa di non essere capace. "Di professione sono avvocati, insegnanti, farmacisti, manager, ma hanno un comune destino: non sono intonati. Eppure, seguendo i corsi organizzati ormai da qualche anno dall’Orchestra Verdi, cercano di ... read more
    Source: Italian News ClicksPublished on 2017-02-21
  • Stairwell to the Skyline
    The stairs are being built! Soon we will be able to share the view from the top. ... read more
    Source: New Residence HallPublished on 2017-02-21
  • A Day at the MFA
    I’m an art person. My Mom was an art major in college so part of me thinks the interest in it was passed down from her own. Either way, I’ll forever identify as more right-brained (creativity, color, emotion) rather than left (logic, numbers, reasoning). Despite wishing I could paint the ... read more
    Source: Going All InPublished on 2017-02-21
  • Living in Title Town
    Like many Emmanuel students, I had a great time celebrating our New England Patriots and their Superbowl LI victory last week.  360 ... read more
    Source: Going All InPublished on 2017-02-17
  • Katerina Luarasi ’17 tours the Broad Institute
    Senior Katerina Luarasi gets a tour of the Broad Institute in Cambridge, MA. At the Broad, they do a lot of DNA sequencing. Fun facts: the flow cell in her hand has 8 lanes that can hold 96 samples in each lane and the instruments behind her cost about $1M ... read more
    Source: Gerdon LabPublished on 2017-02-17
  • A Day at the Aquarium
    I'm a huge nerd, and my favorite thing about working at the aquarium is how well organized our days are. That's a lie, because we have cool animals there like sharks, and those are probably my favorite, but scheduling comes in at a close second. Also, maybe the term "nerd" ... read more
    Source: Going All InPublished on 2017-02-15
  • GreenTown Labs Field trip
    A group of ten Emmanuel students went on a field trip to Greentown labs, a Community Organization known as the largest cleantech startup incubator in the U.S. These students were very interested during the tour through the labs and were able to observe the incredible, cutting-edge technologies under development within the lab. ... read more
    Source: Chemistry and PhysicsPublished on 2017-02-14
  • Sadie Piatt and Raquel Ferreira Present Their Work at CUWiP and SPIN UP
    Sadie Piatt and Raquel Ferreira presented their work at the conference for undergraduate women in physics, and at the Supporting Inclusion of Underrepresented Peoples (SPIN UP) Workshop, both at Harvard this January.  Way to represent Emmanuel!                 ... read more
    Source: Chemistry and PhysicsPublished on 2017-02-13
  • The Young Pope
    The Young Pope è una serie televisiva ideata e diretta da Paolo Sorrentino. Parla di un papa, papa Belardo, ovvero Pio XIII, eletto per caso e che poi si rivelerà molto controverso. Su questo papa immaginario Paolo Sorrentino ha anche scritto un libro, Il peso di Dio. Il Vangelo di ... read more
    Source: Italian News ClicksPublished on 2017-02-12
  • Getting a Jump on Success
    During the college search process, certain features of different universities stand out. The first school you toured may have the prettiest campus, but the second one definitely has the best business program. These key features are especially effective once your many college options begin to blend together; I know mine ... read more
    Source: Going All InPublished on 2017-02-10