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  • Air Force vet student wins Glamour essay contest

    Creative Writing student and U.S. Air Force veteran Lauren Johnson, MFA '14, recently won a Glamour magazine essay contest when she shared her difficult experiences adjusting to life after her deployment to Afghanistan.

  • Overseers discuss digital revolution

    Members of Emerson's Board of Overseers joined Kevin Bright '76, senior executive director of Emerson College Los Angeles, in a discussion October 24 about the rapid rise of digital distribution with services like Netflix and Hulu.

  • Philip Levine, prolific poet, to visit Emerson

    Prolific poet Philip Levine, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and two National Book Awards, will be on campus November 4.

  • State of the College

    Emerson President Lee Pelton released his annual State of the College address to the Emerson community on October 31.

  • Latina/o Theatre Commons held at Emerson

    More than 75 members of the Latina/o theatre community gathered for the Latina/o Theatre Commons, a new national advocacy initiative, on November 1 and 2 in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theater.

  • Philip Levine talks poetry with students

    Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine visited Emerson on November 4 as part of the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department's Reading Series.

  • Casson awarded for innovative course

    Christine Casson, senior writer-in-residence in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department, was chosen to receive this year's ProArts Consortium Classroom Connect Award, and will teach a class in conjunction with the School for the Museum of Fine Arts as a result.

  • Students recreate 'Orange' characters

    Emerson student creativity got the approving nod of actor Laverne Cox via Twitter, after the students' exceptional recreation of an Orange is the New Black publicity poster.

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