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Nearly every day, it seems we’re hearing about something new that Emerson alumni are bringing to the fields of communications and the arts. Whether they’re making movies, creating plays, or planning political campaigns, Emersonians are innovators. They are changing how we see, feel, and experience the world.

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  • Former President Koenig Dies at 73

    Former Emerson College President Allen E. Koenig died on August 28, 2012. He was 73 and lived in Dublin, Ohio.

  • Emerson welcomes class of 2016

    Emerson welcomed more than 900 new undergraduates to campus for Orientation 2012.

  • Vin Di Bona

    Di Bona gives $1 million to Los Angeles Program

    Emerson College announced today that alumnus and vice chair of its Board of Trustees Vin Di Bona ’66 launched a significant fundraising campaign in support of the College’s new Los Angeles program by making a $1 million gift.

  • Professor Emeritus Quenzel dies

    George Quenzel, professor emeritus at Emerson College, died July 11, 2012, after a long illness.

  • Alumnus named GM of Orlando Magic

    The Orlando Magic has named Rob Hennigan ’04 its new general manager, according to several news outlets. When he starts in his new role, Hennigan will be the youngest GM in the NBA.

  • Sam Presti ’00

    Alumnus takes NBA team to Finals

    Sam Presti ’00 is the executive vice president and general manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder, the NBA team currently playing the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. The Thunder is leading the seven-game series 1-0.

  • Scholarship created in memory of Coffee

    Emerson College has created a scholarship in memory of longtime, beloved Emerson faculty member and Professor Emeritus John Coffee, who died last month.

  • Emersonians nominated for Tony Awards

    Several Emerson College alumni were nominated for Tony Awards on May 2.

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Michael Moats

Writing in Politics

The West Wing got him hooked, but it was his writing skills that got him there. Michael Moats, MFA ’10, came to Emerson as a graduate student in creative writing. He never thought he’d leave as a political speechwriter.

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