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Emerson sophomore Kevin Clay (left), and classmates in the Images of News class as their assistant professor pondered after an instructor asked them to think about the people who were working to make the campus a better place before the fatal accident.
EMERSON COLLEGE

Campus safety concerns students after tragic accident

By Adrienne P. Samuels
Globe Staff / April 5, 2006

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Emerson College wanted a vibrant urban environment and is spending millions updating the buildings in and around Boston's historic Piano Row in an ambitious plan to reinvigorate its growing downtown campus. But after Monday's tragic construction accident, as students stood in silence to honor the dead, a shadow seemed to have been cast. (Full article: 704 words)

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