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FREE SHOW ON OCTOBER 22ND! [12 Oct 2009|12:49pm]

___thesuburbs
ECRadio presents Rocktoberfest 2009...



with
TRANSIT (www.myspace.com/transitma)
MAKER (www.myspace.com/thisismaker)
BORDERLAND (www.myspace.com/borderlandma)
IN THE SECOND YEAR (www.myspace.com/inthesecondyear)

in the Modular Unit at Emmanuel College, 400 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115. This is a free show open to the public, donation suggested.
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One Mile Walk for AIDS Awareness! [13 Nov 2008|10:35pm]

0ne0fthew0nders
On December 1st we celebrate World Aids Day, but the reality is, AIDS affects lives everyday. The current situation of poverty and AIDS in Africa is unlike any other and WE have the power to DO something.

We believe in the power of a FEW people who can take SMALL steps to make a BIG impact.

Please join us on a ONE mile wintery walk through Boston Common, December 6, 2008 at 2pm to raise money and awareness for AIDS in Africa.

$1 will be donated by Take The Walk.net for every person who walks a mile with us!!!

*Note: This is a free event. You walk a mile and a dollar is donated in your name.*

*Hot chocolate will be provided*

This is a Snow or Shine event!

Add our event on myspace at http://www.myspace.com/thewalkboston

OR

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?ref=mb#/event.php?eid=45463774988

OR

Visit www.takethewalk.net for more information on this cause or to set up your own walk!
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[17 Jun 2008|05:23pm]

genderpac

The Gender Public Advocacy Coalition is pleased to announce the release of its 2008 GENIUS Survey in partnership with Ernst & Young. GenderPAC works to ensure that classrooms, communities and workplaces are safe for everyone to learn, grow and succeed.

The Gender Equality National Index for Universities & Schools (GENIUS), GenderPAC’s most recent effort to end discrimination and promote awareness, encourages colleges and universities to recognize the benefits of a GenderSAFEtm campus - supportive equitable and protective for all students. Choosing to participate in GENUIS sends a strong public statement that bullying or discriminating based on the race, sex or gender of a student, faculty, or staff member is not tolerated at your institution

Fill out the survey at: www.gpac.org/GENIUS2008survey, and make sure that we have data for as many schools as possible. Your voice will help us continue to work towards a safe and welcoming environment for every student.

*While we greatly appreciate the interest taken in GENIUS by students, staff, and faculty at academic institutions outside of the United States, at this time GENIUS is only able to track schools based in the U.S.

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The best way to sell your books ever! [16 Jun 2008|01:45pm]

moment2shine
I would like to recommend an amazing book selling service! I just made over 100 bucks selling old paperbacks and grad school text books. Basically all you do is type the ISBN into the search bar on the homepage and they tell you how much the book is worth. You can even sell multiple copies of the same title. When you are ready to check out, all you have to do is print a packing slip and a free USPS shipping label (or bring to your nearest fedex place and have them print a fedex label using the printout), throw them in a box and send them, FOR FREE, regardless of how many books you ship (up to 40 pounds!). In my experience, the money was direct deposited to my paypal account in 14 business days. Incredible!

All you provide is the box, and they pay shipping, so I just made 100 bucks off books that were collecting dust, with no cost to me whatsoever. No ebay auction hassle, nothing. Just throw them in a box and drop it off at the post office. The least amount of effort ever, with a quick turnaround time and good money for your books, what more could you ask for?

http://cash4books.net/index.php?ref=39123

If you don't believe me, see for yourself. I highly recommend this book selling service as a hassle-free, convenient way to sell your books and make some quick cash.

This is not spam, this is your super-excited, super-broke alumnus Nicole telling you to take advantage of an amazingly convenient service.

http://cash4books.net/index.php?ref=39123

What are you waiting for? :o)
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commencement tickets [01 May 2008|10:09am]
lynnsk579

hi...does anyone have an extra ticket for the May 10th graduation?!?

thanks :)

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[29 Apr 2008|10:25am]

burgundyrose
  where and when do we pick up our tickets for graduation? i lost the forms they sent out.
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Ethics [19 Apr 2008|10:29am]
iliabfi
Hey everyone, I have to write an article on war and peace for a religion course and am looking for Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Ethics. If anyone has this and I could borrow it for Sunday or Monday please let me know. Thanks.
 
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E-text access [09 Apr 2008|07:46pm]

bestieverdid
Hi! I'm not actually a student at Emmanuel, but you guys have an e-text in your library that I'd like to gain access to. It's for a paper (I go to Emerson College.).

The title is: Hung [electronic resource] : a meditation on the measure of Black men in America

and it's by Scott Poulson-Bryant.

Would someone be willing to help a fellow college student out and save the document to their hard drive and then email it to me at bestieverdid AT gmail DOT com?

Thank you!

X-posted to b0st0n
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Hi from holliston even though i doubt you've heard of my town. [31 Mar 2008|09:34pm]

alwaysborrowed8
I got accepted at emmanuel a while ago and I am planning on attending the accepted students day on saturday. Do any of you guys have any idea what we are doing that day? How do you guys like emmanuel? I have a radio show at my high school and would be interested in having one at emmanuel so i'd love to know any more information on that.

Thanks:]
adds?
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[15 Mar 2008|11:31am]
inthecarribean
I got accepted on Tuesday, I have no idea how, but I did. The first thing my mum said to me was, "If we can afford it". I am going for Art Education and besides EC, the only other place I'd go is Salem State (it's obviously much cheaper since I am from Massachusetts).

We haven't gotten our financial aid statement yet :/ I'm trying real hard to decide if EC is worth all the loans I'm going to have to take out and if it's worth stressing my mum out about money. I've got a brother in college at NESCOM in Bangor, ME, so she's already stressed about it. In your opinion, is all the money troubles worth it?
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[06 Mar 2008|07:51am]

flightofideas
Does anyone know who will be speaking at commencement this year? I'm not even sure whether it's been announced. I'm out of the loop... out of alllllll loops.

Also, what do I get out of becoming "distinct in [my] field"?
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[08 Feb 2008|09:42pm]
iliabfi
Does anyone have a copy of Pocahontas I could borrow for Saturday and/or Sunday? I have to analyze it for an English midterm. Just reply to this if you can help me.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Thanks.
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[31 Jan 2008|10:55pm]

melissacorsair
hey guys, im going to be a freshman in college next year and was accepted to emmanuel a few weeks ago. i love boston and am definitely considering emmanuel but i just have a few honest questions id like opinions on from actual students.

1) one concern i have is emmanuel's size..do you feel that the small student body is reminiscent of high school at all? everyone knowing each others gossip? is there difficultly meeting people you haven't come in contact with or don't know already? when i graduate high school i just want nothing like this and while i think a smaller school is right for me these are kinda some of my fears at the same time.

2) i'm aware of emmanuel's smaller male majority and this is something id like some student opinion on. that being said, i am a straight female who enjoys interacting with the opposite sex. ill be honest, multiple people who go to smaller colleges with small male percentage have told me most of the guys on their campuses are gay. while i have no problem whatsoever with gays i would like a college that has some promising straight men on campus. so tell me, whats that like? should i not be worried about this at all with emmanuel? do you not even notice that there are more females?

3) generally how do you like emmanuel? is it a place where you can stay on campus and actually have some fun? cool, non-jock people? i like a good party once in a while and would like to go to a school where there are some social gatherings to make friends, etc.

4) i didn't get much of that catholic school religious vibe from emmanuel when i visited, but is religion a big part for you guys? personally, i am very open minded and not very religious at all. my family is catholic though. i sure as hell will not be attending church or anything like that so i am just curious as to how religious emmanuel is.

thanks! any input would be totally appreciated.
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[28 Jan 2008|03:23pm]

flightofideas
Does anyone know the url for the website that Emmanuel uses for tax/paycheck info for student workers? I loathe the fact that they don't send paper W2s, and I haven't checked the site in so long that I can't remember the address. Helps, please?
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[25 Jan 2008|10:56pm]

blondee22088
Hi there. I went on a tour last week and I really liked everything and everyone I saw. I am hoping to transfer to EC in the fall, i am currently a sophomore. I was just wondering if anyone has any experience with the transferring process? I am worried about getting in, my grades are decent but not great. Is it easier for transfers to be accepted? Any info would help. Thanks!
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Hi [22 Dec 2007|08:40pm]

upon_the_whim
[ mood | busy ]

I just got accepted to Emmanuel (today actually) and had a few questions. I kind of applied on a whim, but the fact that I got a merit scholarship influences my decision a bit. I never got a chance to go on a tour when I was in Boston to visit Lesley U.

So to any art/art therapy majors: How are the programs, professors, and opportunities? and... is there a portfolio review to get into the art department? I didn't get information on that.

Thank you bunches!

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9-11 Memorial Mass? [11 Sep 2007|09:12am]

djdig
Is there an 9-11 Memorial Mass today?

I'm an alumni who's enough years out I don't have access to first class anymore and I can't find anything on the redesigned EC website.

Thanks for your help.
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[10 Sep 2007|08:44am]

burgundyrose
 i have the intro to sociology book "intersections"
and
the intro to catholic theology book
"exploring catholic theology"


email me if you want either of these for cheap. 
meixnegr@emmanuel.edu
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cheap religion book [09 Sep 2007|02:15pm]
iliabfi
Does anyone out there taking religion 1101 introduction to religion need Huff's Religion A Search For Meaning because I cannot sell my copy back, and you can have it for cheap if you need it. Just let me know 7815260907. You can even save money  by returning your copy to the bookstore with a receipt by the 20th and then buying mine.
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Emmanuel - book us at your school! [01 Sep 2007|04:45pm]

gbandtheas


Any contact info would be greatly appreciated. We're just a group of college kids like yourselves looking to play out as much as possible this semester.
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