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    Dudley neighborhood planning game launched

    Emerson’s Engagement Game Lab has partnered with the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative for the launch of a new online engagement game called, The Promise of Dudley Village Campus. Players will contribute to the municipal planning process of the neighborhood.

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    Beaty residency, civic engagement initiative announced

    Emerson announced a three-year civic engagement program and artist-in-residency with award-winning writer/performer Daniel Beaty on March 25, following a special performance by the artist.

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    Student photographer recreates historical women

    Photographer Kelsey Davis ’14 has compiled an impressive photo series, 31 Days of Inspirational Women, for her sorority, Sigma Pi Theta, which honors influential women in history.

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    Basche '90 talks entertainment at Emerson LA

    David Alan Basche '90, an actor on the TV Land show The Exes, recently spoke with students at Emerson College Los Angeles.

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    Four student a cappella groups unite

    Emerson's four a cappella groups will unite for the first time ever Friday, March 28, on stage for a benefit concert to raise money for student and diversity scholarships.

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    Race, identity in media discussed

    Social media, movies, and TV are shaping our views on race and identity perhaps now more than ever before, said a panel of experts in a discussion at Emerson sponsored by the National Communication Association on March 20.

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    Marlon Wayans visits Emerson students

    Comedian Marlon Wayans visited Emerson on March 23 to talk with students about his career and how to get ahead in the film industry. The students got free passes to his latest movie, A Haunted House 2.

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    Rupert '01 on 'Naked and Afraid'

    Eva Rupert ’01 will be on the Discovery Channel's Naked and Afraid this Sunday, March 23. It's a reality show in shich Rupert and her survival partner are dropped into the wilderness of Madagascar—with no clothes or food—for 21 days.

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