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Students from Political Forum and Black Student Union Visit Montgomery, AL
At the end of March, students from Emmanuel College's Political Forum and Black Student Union (BSU) teamed up to co-sponsor a trip to Montgomery, Alabama, to learn more about the city's role in the civil rights movement.

Moryl Awarded Fulbright to Teach Applied Economics in Rwanda
Assistant professor of economics Rebecca Moryl, Ph.D. is the recipient of a Fulbright Award to spend the 2018-2019 academic year teaching applied economics at the University of Kigali in Kigali, Rwanda.

Class of 2020 Celebrates Official Major Selections During Sophomore Pinning Tradition
On Saturday, April 7th, students from the Class of 2020 celebrated the official declaration of a major field of study at the College’s 21st Sophomore Pinning Ceremony.

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Marian Ryan '76

Alumna Spotlight

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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