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School of Communication News


  • Student helps people with disabilities fly planes

    Max Clary ’15 has launched a marketing campaign for a local flight school that helps people with mobility impairments soar to their dreams.

  • Kimball touts auto-call findings

    Spencer Kimball, scholar-in-residence in the Communication Studies Department, is scheduled to appear on Sirius XM Radio on October 7 to discuss research that found political "auto-calls" are more effective than previously thought.

  • Snowden: hero or traitor?

    Is Edward Snowden a hero? Eighty percent of audience members at an October 8 Emerson discussion voted yes, but intelligence experts on the panel offered mixed opinions.

  • Alumna hosts Hispanic lifestyle TV show

    Natalie Zarowny '12 is the new host of Hola America, a weekly English-language news and lifestyle broadcast tailored to the Hispanic community on WQPT-TV, a PBS affiliate.

  • Student journalists cover federal shutdown

    A group of Journalism Department students has advanced news coverage of the federal government shutdown by producing original stories for Boston.com.

  • Public meeting for CSD reaccreditation

    A public meeting will be held October 28 with memebers of the Council on Academic Accreditation as part of the reaccreditation process for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

  • Alumna shares book, 9/11 loss

    Tita Puopolo, '96, MA '97, the daughter of 9/11 victim Sonia Mercedes Morales Puopolo, read from her book, Sonia's Ring: 11 Ways to Heal Your Heart, at the Iwasaki Library on October 16 before a standing-room-only crowd.

  • Emerson Los Angeles raises $2k for AIDS Project

    Students, staff, and alumni represented Emerson College Los Angeles in the 29th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles on October 13.

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