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    Students delve into corporate crises

    Graduate students in the Crisis Communication course this semester are conducting rigorous exercises that put students in the shoes of corporate leaders who are thrust into finding an effective method of handling the crisis at hand.

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    Baker edges Coakley in student-run poll

    The Emerson College Polling Society has released the results of a new survey in the final days before the election for Massachusetts Governor, which is taking place Tuesday, November 4.

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    High turnout for Internship Fair

    The Fall 2014 Internship Fair was held at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel on October 29, bringing a high turnout of Emerson students seeking internships in the communication and arts fields.

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    Innovation focus of Overseers discussion

    Two alumni, who serve on Emerson's Board of Overseers, shared their expertise in marketing and innovation on October 28 in an event in the Max Mutchnick Campus Center called “Innovation Secrets That Will Make You Better at Everything You Do.”

  • Mexican Artists Visit Emerson and Boston for Día de los Muertos Events

    The Department of Communication Studies at Emerson College will be host a variety of special events dedicated to the Dia De Los Muertos Mexican holiday, featuring three Mexican artists, David Silvah, Nuria Bak and Claudia Rodriguez, who will honor student Jocelyn Straus and actor Robin Williams.

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    Family Weekend 2014 celebrated

    Hundreds of students and their parents participated in Family Weekend 2014, held October 17-19, with events ranging from the annual President’s Breakfast, Family Weekend Talent Showcase, EVVY Award Showcase, and numerous “Mini College Sessions” in classrooms with faculty members.

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    Reporter, publicist talk Market Basket

    A Boston Globe reporter and a publicist for Market Basket participated in a discussion October 20 about how the crisis that rocked the New England supermarket chain Market Basket over the summer was handled in the media.

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    Vogel releases book on creative thinking

    Thomas Vogel, director of the Global Marketing Communication and Advertising graduate program, has released a new book, Breakthrough Thinking: A Guide to Creative Thinking and Idea Generation, which features Emerson alumni in its case studies.

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