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"A Bold Move by Any Measure": Emmanuel Dedicates New Residence Hall
Nearly 200 alumni, trustees, city representatives, administrators and guests gathered in the Atrium of the New Residence Hall on September 27 to dedicate the College’s newest—and largest—building. The 18-story, 692-bed, apartment-style residence hall, which was designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and constructed by John Moriarty & Associates, is a towering statement on the vibrancy of the College today.

Students Present Pioneering Summer Research Projects
Forty-two Emmanuel students showcased their summer research and special academic projects at the College's Summer Research Poster Session on Thursday, September 27, in the Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center.

Henderson Foundation Grant Propels Restoration Work on Historic Garrison House
Work is underway on preserving an important piece of American civil rights history, thanks to a $33,000 grant from the George B. Henderson Foundation. The Henderson Foundation awards grants for projects focused on the enhancement of the appearance and preservation of outdoor elements in the city of Boston.

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Marian Ryan '76

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When Marian Ryan '76 was a student at Emmanuel in the 1970s, she did not foresee that she would become a veteran prosecutor, let alone serve in her current role as District Attorney of Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Still, the Political Science and English double-major gained an appreciation for the impact of the public servant and of being in “a position where you can set policy and really affect people’s lives every day,” she says. Today Ryan works to ensure the protection of 1.7 million people in 54 cities and towns in the Commonwealth.

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