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Creative Arts Groups

Hoping to express your artistic side or get your message out to the world? Check out our creative arts and communications-based groups and click on any group name to connect with a representative via email. You can also contact us at osamp@emmanuel.edu to connect with the group of your choice!

Art Club
PresidentTia Moores
Advisor: Kathy Soles
We aim to create a positive, open space that can function as an artistic opportunity for students to feel the therapeutic qualities of creative activities among others who are interested in the same emotional benefits. We hope to cultivate creative personalities who wish to expand and/or grow their creative capabilities. A collective appreciative focus on past artwork by various established artists will be handled as an education tool in order to draw inspiration. The aim is to learn different techniques and process them with thoughts into our own creation.

EC Pep Band
PresidentChristopher Kenney
Advisor: Greg Pare and Andy Yosinoff
The purpose of this organization is to spread EC cheer loudly for all to hear.  We will enhance school spirit by playing music at sports events.

EC Photo Club
President: Mollie Salamon
Advisor: Stephan Jacobs, Dept. of Art
Our purpose is to create a community dedicated to fostering the betterment of students through the diverse art and therapy of photographic expression.

FenHarmonics
PresidentChristina Eng
Advisor: Dan Campagna, Athletics
The mission of FenHarmonics is to bring a cappella music to the Emmanuel and Boston community. We have a shared love of music and each year we strive to better ourselves as musicians. By holding concerts and cosponsoring events with other campus groups, we hope to better the community, bring current social issues to light and bring joy to the students and faculty of Emmanuel College.

For Good Measure (female A Cappella group)
President: Felice Cabral
Advisor: Dan Campagna, Athletics
Founded in 2010, For Good Measure is Emmanuel College's premier female a cappella group. We strive to break the boundaries of all-female a cappella with a wide range of voices and power. The name says it all, as For Good Measure is a family of passionate and motivated singers, forming a true oasis of music when they sing together.

Her Campus at Emmanuel
PresidentVictoria Harding
Advisor: Dr. Mark Flynn, Dept. of English
The purpose of Her Campus Emmanuel is to provide an online hub for Emmanuel students by providing content that is both a resource and a source of entertainment. We highlight campus news, events, interesting students, faculty, alumni, campus photos, and fashion and lifestyle content specifically tailored for students at EC. Student staff members will gain journalism, marketing, publicity and digital media experience, and all students at Emmanuel will gain a new and fun online resource through this online publication.

The Hub (Student Newspaper)
PresidentRyan Molloy
Advisor: Dr. Lisa Stepanski, Assoc. Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences
The Hub is Emmanuel College's only student-run publication dedicated to expressing the diversity of opinion at Emmanuel College. We are committed to keeping the Emmanuel community informed.

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