Political Groups

Looking to get involved in politics or learn more about other worldviews? We offer several political groups on campus. You can click on any group name to connect with a representative via email, or email osamp@emmanuel.edu!

Fenway Socialists Chapter of the YDSA
Seena Mavaddat
Kaplan Hasanoglu, Dept. of Philosophy and Ian Mevorach
We are Fenway Socialists, a student-run socialist organization. Our mission is to educate and organize students and young people and to play a helpful and principled role in the movement for social justice. Within and throughout this struggle, we will articulate and defend the idea that true human liberation is impossible under capitalism. Our goal is to politically educate and organize young people to fight political, social, and environmental injustice.

Model United Nations (MUN)
PresidentTheodore Miele
Advisor: Dr. Petros Vamvakas, Dept. of Political Science and International Studies
The mission of ECMUNC is to represent the value of Emmanuel College both on campus and abroad. We will strive to gain further knowledge pertaining to the fundamentals of diplomacy, negotiation and crisis management. We ensure that members build upon their skills in the areas of research, public speaking, team building, writing and debating. 

NeW at Emmanuel College
PresidentJillian Berte
Advisor: N/A
This group focuses on providing a venue for conservative political perspectives on campus and focuses on advocating for free speech on college campuses. NeW hosts weekly general meetings and discusses political events as well as plans speaking events and community service events.

Youth in Government (YIG) 
PresidentsCaelyn Faria
AdvisorAdam Silver, Dept. of Political Science and International Studies
The purpose of Emmanuel College Youth In Government is to educate our college community about democracy and the political systems of America while inspiring civic engagement.

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