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  • Pelton

    Pelton, Orchard at ProArts forum

    Emerson President Lee Pelton and ArtsEmerson Executive Director Rob Orchard are participating in a forum November 22 that examines the role of Boston-area colleges and universities in shaping of the arts.

  • Baehr

    Emerson mourns Karl Baehr

    The Emerson community is mourning the loss of Karl Baehr, senior executive-in-residence of the Marketing Communication Department, who died unexpectedly on November 13. He was 54 years old. A celebration of his life is scheduled for November 19 at Bordy Theater.

  • Latina-o Theatre Commons

    Latina/o Theatre Commons held at Emerson

    More than 75 members of the Latina/o theatre community gathered for the Latina/o Theatre Commons, a new national advocacy initiative, on November 1 and 2 in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theater.

  • Pelton

    State of the College

    Emerson President Lee Pelton released his annual State of the College address to the Emerson community on October 31.

  • Cox

    Laverne Cox to visit campus Nov. 4

    Transgender advocate and actor Laverne Cox, of Orange is the New Black on Netflix, will be at Emerson College on Monday, November 4, to hold a lecture as part of The Authentic Me: Transgender Awareness Week.

  • Spears

    Town Hall forum on sexual assault issues

    A town hall forum to discuss sexual assault on October 21 ended with students pleding with Emerson President Lee Pelton to promote a positive atmosphere of acceptance, peace, and understanding as the College continues to examine ways it can improve responses to sexual assault allegations.

  • Family Weekend 2013

    Highlights from Family Weekend 2013

    Parents got a slice of Emerson this past weekend, October 18-20, during the College’s annual Family Weekend. Families attended mini-college sessions, workshops, a Talent Showcase, and the President’s Breakfast.

  • Puopolo

    Alumna shares book, 9/11 loss

    Tita Puopolo, '96, MA '97, the daughter of 9/11 victim Sonia Mercedes Morales Puopolo, read from her book, Sonia's Ring: 11 Ways to Heal Your Heart, at the Iwasaki Library on October 16 before a standing-room-only crowd.

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