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  • Susan Nusser's second book, "Kentucky Derby Dreams."

    MFA Alumna and Animal Enthusiast Releases Second Book

    Susan Nusser (MFA, ‘01) loves horses and spending all day at the barn. It’s no surprise that the title of her second book is Kentucky Derby Dreams: The Making of Thoroughbred Champions.

  • Cafe Variations rehearsal

    Students collaborate with professionals to debut Cafe Variations

    On April 13, more than 60 Emerson students (working on stage and behind the scenes) will present the world premiere of Café Variations, a production directed by Anne Bogart that celebrates café culture with vignettes from Charles Mee’s Café Plays and music from the canon of George and Ira Gershwin.

  • Cristina Kotz Cornejo

    Kotz Cornejo awarded artist fellowship

    Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Cristina Kotz Cornejo has been awarded a MacDowell Colony Fellowship.

  • Robert Sabal

    Sabal awarded ACE fellowship

    Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Robert Sabal has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2012–2013 academic year, ACE President Molly Corbett Broad announced this week.

  • Seth Grahame-Smith

    Grahame-Smith '98 visits campus

    “If you ask a thousand people in Hollywood how they got where they are, you’ll get a thousand different stories,” author, screenwriter, and producer Seth Grahame-Smith ’98 told students when he visited campus this week. But the true key to success in the entertainment industry, he said, is persistence.

  • Recent grads screen films at Emerson Film Fest

    Six Emerson recent grads and one current student screened films they created while attending the College during the 12th Annual Emerson Film Festival at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, California last week.

  • New FearNet show screened on campus

    Horror-movie-director-turned-sitcom-star Adam Green was at Emerson’s Bright Family Screening Room Tuesday night to show students three advance episodes of his new FearNet original series, Holliston.

  • Emerson seal

    MA Program and Grad Class "Earning More than an A"

    As the publishing world changes, graduate programs like Emerson’s MA are becoming more important for those wanting to work in the publishing industry.

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