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  • Duhamel

    Duhamel '84 wins Guggenheim Award

    Denise Duhamel ’84 has won a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Award in the poetry category.

  • Youth@Work

    Moldova unemployment focus of civic game

    Emerson’s Engagement Game Lab has collaborated with the United Nations Development Programme to launch an online civic engagement game for teenagers and young adults in the eastern European nation of Moldova. 

  • Marathon filmmakers

    Emerson reflects on marathon attacks

    Emerson College was one of several communities to pause and remember on the Boston Marathon bombings at the one-year anniversary on April 15—showing student films and hosting conversations reflecting on the attack.

  • Stillerman

    Stillerman '84, of AMC, talks hit TV shows

    Television executive Joel Stillerman ’84 visited campus April 11 to give students advice on how to create a hit TV show.

  • Benoit

    Denizet-Lewis' article becoming film

    Assistant Professor Benoit Denizet-Lewis's 2011 New York Times Magazine article, “My Ex-Gay Friend,” is becoming a movie starring James Franco. Gus van Sant, director of Good Will Hunting and Milk, is producing the film. 

  • Sanders

    Spoken poem on Tourette's goes viral

    Video of a spoken word poem performance by Jamie Sanders '16, about his experience with Tourette's Syndrome, has received more than 20,000 views on YouTube.

  • Marshall

    Megan Marshall wins Pulitzer Prize

    Associate Professor Megan Marshall has won a 2014 Pulitzer Prize for her biography Margaret Fuller. Evan Allen '11 was also on the Boston Globe team that won a Pulitzer for the Boston Marathon bombings coverage.

  • Schubin

    Schubin '11 finalist for Lenya Competition

    Jim Schubin ’11 is one of 14 exceptionally talented young singer-actors selected as finalists for the 2014 Lotte Lenya Competition, held annually by the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music.

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