A lot of the students that come to our events are seeking a little taste of home, but also a way to continue their connection with Judaism.
Hillel and Jewish advisor Karen Nahary. Religious groups on campus—including Hillel, Emerson Good News Fellowship, and Newman Club—have recently seen an increase in members.
The juxtaposition of Lemon’s presence against these prejudiced scribbles should highlight how regressive and underground those attitudes are in an era when students can be inspired by figures like Lemon on campus.
This week’s editorial says that although Don Lemon is speaking on campus on Tuesday, his groundbreaking work is in danger of being overshadowed by the recent string of vandalism.
Culture is my drug, and I just love learning about it. And I think that’s what makes me want to come back, not only because it’s my job to be here, but seeing different people who you don’t generally meet.
Junior journalism major Aakruti Jagmohan, talking about Emerson’s International Coffee Hour—a biweekly event where students can have discussions about different cultures and free cups of Joe.