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  • Asim

    Asim poem reflects on Ferguson turmoil

    Jabari Asim, associate professor in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, wrote a poem about the Ferguson, Missouri situation titled, "The Talk," which was published in the Washington Post.

  • Mihailidis

    5 students attend global Salzburg Academy

    Five Emerson students and two faculty members attended the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change in Salzburg, Austria, this summer, joining students and academic leaders from 23 countries.

  • Aust

    Alum's 'Nightmare' film awarded at Fantasia

    A recent graduate's thesis project — a horror-gothic film about monsters who cook up nightmares — received a recent award at the Fantasia International Film Festival.

  • Mara

    Ploughshares podcast created with students

    Ploughshares, the Emerson–based literary magazine, is proud to announce the release of a literary podcast, produced in collaboration with the College's School of the Arts.

  • Benoit

    Denizet-Lewis on NY Times Best Seller list

    Assistant Professor Benoit Denizet-Lewis' new book, Travels With Casey, has hit #22 on the New York Times' Best Sellers List for the week of August 10. Travels documents America's relationship with dogs as Denizet and his Labrador-mix, Casey, travel the U.S.

  • LaFlamme

    Summer internships featured on Facebook

    Emerson’s Career Services Office has asked several students about their internships this summer and is featuring their responses on Facebook and Twitter.

  • Skoyles

    Skoyles releases 'A Moveable Famine'

    A Moveable Famine, a coming-of-age autobiographical novel by Professor John Skoyles of Writing, Literature, and Publishing, traces his early days as a writer and artist who rubbed elbows with literary icons.

  • LeBron James

    LeBron move sparks Emerson filmmakers

    Basketball star LeBron James' bombshell announcement this month that he's returning to his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers has reinvigorated Emerson filmmakers who documented the debacle with the help of Maria Menounos '00.

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