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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.

Fortier '21 and Corder '19 to Run the 2018 Boston Marathon in Support of Disaster Survivors
Two Emmanuel College students will be among the waves of runners at the starting line in Hopkinton on April 16th, running alongside their fathers to support organizations that came into their lives in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013.

Top Business & Economics Students Inducted Into Sigma Beta Delta
Thirteen Emmanuel College students were inducted into Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society in business, management and administration, on Tuesday, March 27th.

Kaphar Talks "Amending Landscape of American Art" at Wyant Lecture
Titus Kaphar, the mixed media artist and painter whose work explores issues of race, social inequality, and historical narratives—often in a deeply personal way—delivered the 2018 Wyant Lecture “Making Space for Black History: Amending the Landscape of American Art,” on Wednesday, March 28.

Renowned Geneticist George Church Talks Ethics of Transformative Biotechnologies
On Thursday, March 22, Emmanuel College hosted renowned Harvard geneticist Dr. George Church for a research seminar on "Optimizing the Benefits-to-Cost (Risks) Ratios for Transformative Biotechnologies."

2018 Emmanuel College Dance Marathon Raises $120,000 for Boston Children’s Hospital
After another year of tireless fundraising and dedicated programming, the seventh annual Emmanuel College Dance Marathon (ECDM) was yet another success, raising a total of $120,000.58 to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital.

Past Meets Present: Students Meet Greek President While Exploring Historical Roots of Modern Greece
Over spring break, a group of Emmanuel students traced fifth-century Athenian historian and general Thucydides through his historical account the Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC).

Emmanuel Students, Staff Participate in Annual Alternative Spring Break Projects Across the Country
Despite multiple flight delays due to a Boston nor’easter, nearly 60 members of the Emmanuel community participated in this year's Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program, which sent groups of students and staff to service sites in New Orleans, Houston, Phoenix and Boston during the week of March 5th.

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