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  • West

    Race, identity in media discussed

    Social media, movies, and TV are shaping our views on race and identity perhaps now more than ever before, said a panel of experts in a discussion at Emerson sponsored by the National Communication Association on March 20.

  • Wayans

    Marlon Wayans visits Emerson students

    Comedian Marlon Wayans visited Emerson on March 23 to talk with students about his career and how to get ahead in the film industry. The students got free passes to his latest movie, A Haunted House 2.

  • Eva Rupert

    Rupert '01 on 'Naked and Afraid'

    Eva Rupert ’01 will be on the Discovery Channel's Naked and Afraid this Sunday, March 23. It's a reality show in shich Rupert and her survival partner are dropped into the wilderness of Madagascar—with no clothes or food—for 21 days.

  • Registrar DeWolf gets national award

    William DeWolf, the registrar of Emerson, will receive an award March 30 from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers in Denver.

  • Walker

    Students learn Anita Hill story

    Students born after the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas scandal of 1991 learned about the true impact of the event March 18 during a screening and discussion of Anita: Speaking Truth to Power with Liz Walker and Gloria White-Hammond.

  • Emerson Accelerator

    Students’ entrepreneurial ventures to be supported by new program

    The Emerson Accelerator is an exciting new program that is designed to support the creation of student business ventures.

  • Bill Knott

    Bill Knott, esteemed poet and longtime WLP faculty, dies

    Bill Knott, an influential American poet who spent more than 25 years teaching at Emerson College, died March 12.

  • The Whale

    Student turns in a whale of a performance

    Josephine Elwood ’15 stars in The Whale at the award-winning SpeakEasy Stage Company of Boston through April 5.

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