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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. 

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    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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    ELA on horizon for Fall 2015

    Students stuck in the snowier-than-usual Boston winter are California dreamin’ as they look forward to spending the Fall 2015 semester at Emerson College Los Angeles. “This winter has been awful. It will definitely be a warm welcome,” said Elliot Friar ’16, a Marketing Communication major. “There’s tons of opportunity, so, why not go there!?”

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    Kelly Farquharson elected to MSHA Board

    Kelly Farquharson elected to MSHA Board as Vice President of Education

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    Sign language used in Emerson Stage play

    Sign language is not something you typically see during a theatrical production. But when the Emerson Stage production of the play Mother Hicks is performed February 26–March 1, that’s exactly what the audience will notice.

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    U.S. diplomat Leonard visits Comm Studies

    U.S. Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard discussed the ins and outs of being a diplomat with public diplomacy students on February 23 during a visit to a class taught by Communication Studies faculty member Geoffrey Parish.

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