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  • Bob and Judy Huret

    Huret, MA '69, discusses Faculty Excellence Award

    Faculty members Sam Binkley and Robert Todd have been named recipients of this year’s Judy and Bob Huret Faculty Excellence Award, which supports tenured faculty research. “My commitment to Emerson is first and foremost to the faculty,” said Emerson Trustee Judy Huret, MA ’69, who makes the generous award possible. “If we didn’t have great faculty, we wouldn’t attract great students."

  • Mark Quenzel '82 of NFL Network

    Quenzel '82 of NFL Network talks to students

    National Football League Network executive and Emerson College Alumni Association Board member Mark Quenzel ’82 spoke to students in the Bordy Theater on March 19, discussing everything from the NFL’s monstrous success to its plaguing scandals. 

  • Students helping Operation Smile charity

    Visit the Panera Bread restaurant at 115 Stuart Street, Boston, on Wednesday, April 1, between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm and a certain amount of proceeds will benefit Operation Smile, a charitable organization that helps children in third-world countries with cleft lips and palates.

  • Isbell

    Isbell '17 to sing in Austin during South By Southwest

    An aspiring pop singer from Emerson will perform at a venue near the popular South By Southwest Festival (SXSW) in Austin on Saturday, March 21, alongside several well known hip-hop artists associated with the Wu-Tang Clan.

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    Berkeley Beacon wins collegiate press awards

    The Emerson student newspaper, The Berkeley Beacon, won two awards at the Associated Collegiate Press’s annual National College Journalism Convention, which was held in Los Angeles earlier this month.

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    Bill Burr '93 clowns with student crowd

    Comedian Bill Burr ’93 packed the house during a free evening of comedy and discussion at Emerson Los Angeles (ELA) on March 3. Students, alumni, and the public were treated to an evening of Burr riffing on topics like making it in stand-up, dealing with success, and the drama in comedy. 

  • Newman

    Net neutrality tackled in Emerson talk

    Journalist-turned-activist Craig Aaron of Free Press joined Emerson students via Skype on March 3 to talk about the recent Federal Communications Commission vote in favor of net neutrality.

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    Emerson mourns Linda Moore

    A gathering to celebrate the life of Linda Moore, Emerson’s former vice president for academic affairs, will be held Wednesday, March 4, 4:00–6:00 pm, in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre in the Paramount Center, and will be open to all.

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