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  • Bird St.

    Boston teens share dreams

    Youth from the Bird Street Community Center in Boston read essays inspired by the dreams of Nelson Mandela and other social leaders April 2 at the What’s My Dream Showcase at Emerson.

  • Paramount autism day

    Paramount, Cutler lit blue

    Emerson joined scores of institutions worldwide by joining the Light It Up Blue campaign for autism awareness on April 2.

  • Hindery

    Ethics Circle revived for Fall 2014

    Emerson’s Ethics Circle, which on sabbatical, has announced it will resume in the Fall 2014 semester with a major new lecture series, to be held over the next three years, featuring key ethics thinkers from leading universities.

  • Autism Speaks

    Emerson will Light It Up Blue

    Emerson is throwing its full support behind World Autism Awareness Day by “lighting it up blue” on Wednesday, April 2.

  • West

    Race, identity in media discussed

    Social media, movies, and TV are shaping our views on race and identity perhaps now more than ever before, said a panel of experts in a discussion at Emerson sponsored by the National Communication Association on March 20.

  • 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.

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