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The Journalism Students’ Online News Service (JSONS) became an official student work publication vehicle. It was Emerson’s first online news service to go public and was developed by IT and journalism faculty.

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Emerson opened its international branch, the European Institute for International Communication, in Maastricht, The Netherlands. Students and faculty came mainly from Europe. The Dutch government gave EIIC a historic building for…

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In 1892, the first issue of the Emerson College Magazine was published in order to publish the methods and principles of Emerson College. By 1920, the name had changed to Emerson Quarterly, and was published quarterly rather than monthly. The focus…

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In 1908, the first Emersonian yearbook was published.

Image: Group portrait of eleven women and one man with the caption, Emersonian Board - Their Holiday.

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Alpha Pi Theta is a social fraternity still active on campus with goals of brotherhood, love, and trust.

Image: Black and white photo; 11 smiling men of Alpha Pi Theta.

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The Beacon Street Review, a semi-annual journal published by graduate students in the WLP program, becomes Redivider.

Image: Front cover of Redivider journal, Volume 1, Issue 1, in red and off-white with drawing of a girl in portrait.

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Zeta Phi Eta, established at Emerson College in 1908, is a national professional coed fraternity in the communication arts and sciences. Founded at Northwestern University in 1893, Zeta Phi Eta is the oldest national group of its kind.

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The Delta Delta Phi sorority was founded at Emerson in 1901 ; On June 24, 1907, Phi Lamda Phi and Delta Delta Phi consolidated under the name Delta Delta Phi.

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Scribe, the student-run literary magazine is founded. In 1970 the publication will become the Emerson Review.

Image: Literary magazine Scribe, issue vol. 1, no. 1. Scan of front cover. Black print on red paper reads: Scribe, The Emerson College…

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Professor George Quenzel, along with a group of Emerson students founded the first New England chapter of Alpha Epsilon Rho. Members shown are Row 1: G Matson, C Roberts, J. Witmer, M. Mhiting, R. McCoy; Row 2: R. Averill, K Brock.

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