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  • Gordon

    Gordon shares Moldova civic game findings

    An article about an Emerson-created civic engagement game used in Moldova was posted by Eric Gordon, of Emerson's Engagement Game Lab, and a colleague on the United Nations Development Programme's website.

  • Blue Mountain State The Movie

    Student behind $2 mil Kickstarter campaign

    Tim Taylor '14 launched the third most successful Kickstarter campaign, reaching about $ 2 million, on the platform's Film & Video category in May to fund the Emerson alumni-created Blue Mountain State movie.

  • Pascal

    Internship inspires child readers

    A recent Writing, Literature, and Publishing graduate is being praised for launching an essay contest in which children explain why they love reading.

  • Life

    'Cocktail Party' shoots with student crew

    Theodore "Regge" Life, distinguished director-in-residence in the Visual and Media Arts Department, continues to work with Emerson students on his feature film Cocktail Party.

  • Keck

    Class blends theater, civic engagement

    Students in a Performing Arts Department class that blends theatre and service learning recently shared their experiences.

  • Mora

    7 students attending Cannes Film Festival

    Seven Visual and Media Arts students will attend the famed Cannes Film Festival in France May 14–25 while a total of 10 student and alumni films will be shown at the festival’s Short Film Corner. 

  • Berger

    Three graduate students recognized

    The Office of Graduate Studies has recognized three students for outstanding achievement as the 2013–2014 academic year comes to a close.

  • Van Leuven

    Alumna awarded for 'Scarecrow' biography

    Holly Van Leuven ’12, who is working on the first-ever biography of Wizard of Oz Scarecrow actor Ray Bolger, will receive the Hazel Rowley Prize for Best Proposal for a First Biography by the Biographers International Organization on May 17.

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