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Women's Hoops Storms Past #1 Amherst, 60-55
On Tuesday evening at Amherst's LeFrak Gymnasium, the Saints Women's Basketball Team scored 11 straight points in the fourth quarter to take a double-digit lead, propelling them to a 60-55 road victory over #1 ranked Amherst College.

School of Business & Management Students Win Economics Case Competition
A team of Emmanuel students won first place at the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) Crisis Simulation Case Competition held at the Brandeis International Business School on November 9th.

Women’s Basketball Earns Preseason Accolades
The month of November has brought honorable recognition for the College’s women’s basketball team - Emmanuel College was ranked 25th in the nation by the Preseason Coaches’ Poll and Yuleska Ramirez-Tejeda ’20 was named a Fourth Team Preseason All-American.

Emmanuel College Welcomes Governor Baker to Campus
On October 29th, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker visited the Emmanuel College campus, touring the New Residence Hall and speaking at a breakfast event on his current agenda for the state.

Emmanuel Launches Student-Led "Swipe-It-Forward" Initiative
As a result of a yearlong effort by students working in conjunction with the College’s Sustainability Committee, Emmanuel launched the Swipe-It-Forward Initiative at the end of October to address food insecurity on campus.

Mroz Wins Prestigious Theology Essay Prize
Kathleen Mroz, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology and religious studies, has been awarded the prestigious Tijdschrift Voor Theologie Essay Prize from Leuven University in Belgium for her essay, "When the 'Sacrament of Salvation' Needs Saving: Schillebeeckx as a Resource for Theologians Responding to the Clergy Sex Abuse Crisis."

Emmanuel Donors Raise $223K on Inaugural Giving Day
Emmanuel supporters more than doubled the College’s donation goal as part of its inaugural Giving Day on September 19th.

Kennedy Advocates for Engaged Citizenship at Centennial Academic Convocation
<i>It was 100 years ago—in September 1919—that Emmanuel College opened its doors. On that day, 26 young women arrived at 400 The Fenway and became the Class of ’23. Today, we are in the company of another Class of ’23—this one comprising nearly 600 young women and men.</i>

Kowit Fuses Science and Art in Newest Stained Glass Exhibit
By his own account, Dr. Joel Kowit has taken an art form that historically focuses on the celestial universe and shifted it toward the cellular.

Gerdon, Emmanuel Awarded More Than $350K by National Science Foundation
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Emmanuel College more than $350,000 to support a project under the direction of Associate Professor of Chemistry and department chair Aren Gerdon, Ph.D., to mentor undergraduate students researching in biomaterials, mineralization and biomimetics and to impact STEM education on the secondary level.

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