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    Homeless highlighted in holiday play

    Several Emerson students and alumni are involved in Writing Home, a theater production written by Boston–area homeless people, which runs December 18-21.

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    NESN airing doc on visually impaired athlete

    Two Visual and Media Arts students filming a documentary about a college athlete who suddenly develops blindness said their project will air on the New England Sports Network (NESN) this winter.

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    Eno '14 proposes to girlfriend on WERS

    Love was in the air—and on the air!—at WERS-FM (88.9) on December 12, when student DJ Benjamin Eno ’14 popped the question to his longtime girlfriend, Marian Murphy.

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    Students behind unique downtown light display

    A creative light display will roam the Downtown Crossing neighborhood just in time for the holiday season this Thursday, December 11, with help from Performing Arts students and faculty.

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    Trip to Bountiful meets with students

    Some of the cast and crew members of The Trip to Bountiful met with Emerson students, faculty, and staff at the Brown Bag Lunch event on December 5 in the Randall Lobby of the Paramount Center.

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    Grammy nomination for Sanlikol

    Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, a well-respected pianist and faculty member in Performing Arts, has been nominated for a Grammy Award for his composition “Vecd."

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    TV pilot workshop highly attended

    With about 100 in attendance at Emerson Los Angeles, Associate Professor Martie Cook hosted a public lecture on how to plan, create, and sell a television pilot.

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    Upright Citizens Brigade vet visits ELA

    Ten Emerson College Los Angeles students recently received a personal lesson in improvisational comedy from Bart Folkerts, a veteran of the Upright Citizens Brigade.

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