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  • Skeggs

    Skeggs '12 nominated for Tony Award

    Emily Skeggs ’12 was recently riding in a car with fellow Emerson alumni when she learned the amazing news that she was nominated for a Tony Award. She is nominated in the category of Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her role in Fun Home.

  • Gold Key

    53 students inducted into Gold Key Society

    Fifty-three students, along with faculty members Tulasi Srinivas, Aaron B. Daniels, and Mary Kovaleski Byrnes, were honored during the Gold Key Honor Society ceremony on April 27 at the Semel Theater.

  • EVVYs

    2014 EVVYs win College TV Award

    The Emerson students behind last year’s EVVY Awards have won a College Television Award in the category of Alternative/Variety from the Emmys Foundation.

  • Emerson seal

    Emerson releases Community PlanIt results

    Emerson College officials have released a summary of results from Community PlanIt: Emerson UnCommon, the virtual game played by nearly 1,000 Emerson community members last fall that is helping the College in strategic planning.

  • Zaidan

    Gaming is core of Zaidan's classes

    Sarah Zaidan, who recently joined Emerson as an assistant professor, teaches several classes on video game design in the Visual and Media Arts Department.

  • Reel Life Experiences

    Packed crowd for Reel Life Experiences

    The Bright Family Screening Room of the Paramount Center on April 25 was packed with attendees of The Reel Life Experience, a red carpet reception event that featured live performances before an advanced screening and discussion of Dope, the new film executive produced by Sean Combs and Pharell Williams.

  • Randolph

    Randolph speaking at Muse & Marketplace

    Ladette Randolph, editor-in-chief of Emerson literary magazine Ploughshares, is one of several presenters at the annual Muse and the Marketplace conference for writers at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, May 1–3.

  • veterans

    Challenges of student veterans discussed

    Emerson typically has between 7 and 10 students per year who are military veterans, but that number could very well grow. Nate Magunski, assistant director of retention and student success at Emerson, said that over the next decade, the number of college student veterans in the United States is expected to increase from 800,000 to 1.4 million as the nation continues to remain in active missions overseas.

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