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  • Olive Light

    Ask for Evidence spawns critical thinking

    A new research endeavor supported by a donor-funded Consumer Awareness Project grant is helping Emerson students put on their critical thinking caps. The Ask for Evidence Campaign promotes consumer awareness and truth in advertising. 

  • Emerson Accelerator

    Students’ entrepreneurial ventures to be supported by new program

    The Emerson Accelerator is an exciting new program that is designed to support the creation of student business ventures.

  • Anaridis Rodriguez

    Alumna joins Weather Channel

    Anaridis Rodriguez, MA '11, may be the first news anchor to specifically work for The Weather Channel when its new morning show launches March 17.

  • Shlesinger

    Two Emersonians at SXSW

    Two Emersonians are scheduled to participate in this year's celebrated South By Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas: Iliza Shlesinger '05 and Jenessa Carder, MA '11.

  • Victory Stride

    Victory Stride celebration, reflection of civil rights

    An energetic Roger House sprinted to the microphone at the beginning of Emerson's well-attended Victory Stride event February 26 and declared, "I'm excited because I woke up today with a feeling of freedom."

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    Emerson LA grand opening set

    A week-long series of events—starting with a ticketed gala with several high-profile guests on Saturday, March 8—will celebrate the grand opening of Emerson College Los Angeles.

  • Emersonian

    Podcast launched by School of Communication

    Emerson's School of Communication has launched a new free podcast, The Emersonian, which delves into topical issues on all things communication.

  • Ledwith

    Internship Fair students share success stories

    Fifty employers are expected to set up informational booths at this semester's Internship Fair, which has a high success rate in getting Emerson students work experience at top companies.

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