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  • Jeff Seglin

    The Business of Publishing

    We recently caught up with Department of Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor and Tribune Media syndicated Columnist Jeff Seglin to talk about the business side of publishing.

  • Nathan Firn

    Emerson Junior Scores Big with the National Association of Broadcasters

    One hundred twenty students across the United States entered last spring’s National Association of Broadcasters’ Freedom of Speech PSA contest. But only Nathan Firn ’12 came out on top.

  • Alexandria

    Something Funny Happened on the Way to Becoming a Lawyer

    When Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich, MFA ’09, moved to Louisiana in 2003 to work with a firm that defended accused criminals on Death Row, she thought that was what she wanted to do for a living. She soon found out she was wrong.

  • Emerson students read the Constitution

    Performing Arts Students Continue a Tradition

    Gathering on a cold and rainy day on the Boston Common, a group of Emerson College Performing Arts students brought some much–needed life and activity to the park on an otherwise dreary day.

  • Elaine Kornbau Howley

    Alumna Double Crosses Boston Harbor

    People have called her crazy thousands of times. She swims in water that is typically below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Without a wetsuit. For more than six miles (10 kilometers) at a time.

  • Carole Simpson

    Faculty and Staff Moderate Discussions on Laramie Residency

    Emerson Leader in Residence Carole Simpson will moderate a Laramie Project panel discussion on the struggle for GLBT rights and protections September 21 as part of ArtsEmerson's Grand Opening.

  • Flash Mob in City Place

    Flash Mob: Behind The Scenes

    The Office of Communications and Marketing went behind the scenes with flash mob creators Rob Orchard, Executive Director of ArtsEmerson,  and Fraulein Maria Choreographer Doug Elkins, to find out how this unusual event came about.

  • Flash Mob in City Place

    ArtsEmerson Flash Mob

    Julie Andrews’s voice blasts out of hidden speakers in the food court of Boston’s City Place, “high on a hill was a lonely goatherd, lay-od-lay-od-lay-he-hoo....”

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