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  • Global Communication

    Expert in global communication advises Emersonians

    Joachim Kuss, director of communications for Zeiss Vision Care, is visiting Emerson for a week and will be an invited lecturer in several graduate and undergraduate classes in Communication Studies and Marketing.

  • Hussein

    Terrorism detriment to art, says Fahmy

    Egyptian actor, director, and political activist Hussein Fahmy spoke with students in the Beard Room on September 29 to discuss the effects of terrorism on art and communication.  

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    Moulton narrowly trails Tisei

    The road to Capitol Hill will not be an easy one for Democrat and political newcomer Seth Moulton, according to survey released October 1 by the Emerson College Polling Society.

  • Falchuk

    Governor candidate Falchuk visits Emerson

    Evan Falchuk, independent candidate for Massachusetts Governor, spoke with Scholar-in-Residence Spencer Kimball's campaign management class on September 24 about the intricacies of running a statewide election.

  • Manzari

    Class of 2018 features authors, dancers, activists

    Emerson’s Class of 2018 is a success story in the making—SAT scores, grade point averages, and diversity are all up—but some students are also published authors, successful entertainers, and social justice activists.

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    Polling Society tackles NFL domestic violence

    The Emerson College Polling Society has conducted a nationwide survey about the domestic violence cases that have recently rocked the National Football League.

  • Schmitz

    Health Communication celebrates 20th anniversary

    Ami Schmitz, MA '98, a senior medical producer for NBC News, will give the keynote speech at this weekend's celebration of the 20th anniversary of Emerson's Health Communication Graduate Program.

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    Ferguson media impact discussed in forums

    An invigorating discussion on September 17 about the racially charged events of Ferguson, Missouri, began with a reminder of America’s legacy of inequality. 

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