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  • IRNE

    IRNE nominates numerous Emersonians

    The Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) has announced its nominations for its annual award show, and several Emersonians have made the list.

  • Burr

    Bill Burr '93 coming to Emerson Los Angeles

    Comedian and actor Bill Burr ’93 is coming to Emerson College Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 3, for an evening discussion with students, alumni, and the public.

  • Wittels

    TV producer Harris Wittels '06 dies at 30

    Harris Wittels ’06, Emerson alumnus and co-executive producer of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, was found dead at his Los Angeles home on February 19. He was 30 years old.

  • RTDNA

    RTNDA students, alumni meet in Hollywood

    Emerson College alumni and Journalism students gathered for a dinner in Hollywood on February 18 to network and celebrate recent successes. 

  • White

    White '16 wins dramaturgy award

    Theatre Studies student Emily White ’16 has won a major dramaturgy award for her work on the Emerson Stage production Middletown. 

  • Howe_lou

    'Gabriel' film examines mental illness

    Writer and director Lou Howe screened his debut feature film, Gabriel, and offered unique insight into the filmmaking process to Emerson College Los Angeles students and alumni on February 17.

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    Film on LGBTQ theater troupe premieres

    Members of the local LGBTQ youth theater troupe True Colors on February 17 attended the Bright Lights screening of The Year We Thought About Love, a documentary about their work.

  • Reelabilities

    Reelabilities film festival featured in Globe

    The Boston Globe highlights the Reelabilities: Boston Disabilities Film Festival, which kicks off at Emerson’s Paramount Center on February 23, with the screening of Little World, a documentary about a 19-year-old cancer survivor who travels the world in his wheelchair.

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