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  • Allen

    Students take professors to lunch

    President Lee Pelton has launched a new initiative that encourages students to take faculty members out to lunch as a way to build camaraderie.

  • Bul Dau

    Sudan survivor talks to students

    Sudan civil war survivor John Bul Dau held a question-and-answer session February 5 at the Bright Family Screening Room.

  • David Shawl

    'Burning Man' comes alive

    A new, short film by David Shawl '07 on the 2012 Burning Man event shows how artists create massive structures only to be burned to a crisp when the event is over.

  • Orchard

    Arts director receives high honor in Russia

    Rob Orchard, the executive director of Emerson's Office of the Arts and Arts Emerson, received an award from the Moscow Art Theatre in Russia.

  • eric gordon emerson college engagment game lab

    Community planning game launches in two cities

    The Engagement Game Lab at Emerson has its sights set on Philadelphia and Salem, Mass., debuting online community planning games that let residents contribute ideas to shape the future of their neighborhoods.

  • Screenplay instructor gets Oscar nomination

    Hollywood screenwriter David Magee, who is teaching a class at Emerson this semester, has been nominated for an Academy Award.

  • Al-Hamdouni

    Alumna heads to Morocco with Peace Corps

    Well-traveled alumna Jennan Al-Hamdouni '09 will spend two years in Morocco with the Peace Corps.

  • Weinman

    Alum releases psychological thriller

    In what he hopes will turn into a book series, Edward Weinman, MFA ’99, has just released a psychological thriller, The Ring Road, that delves into the darkness of a murder in remote Iceland.

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