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  • Megan Marshall

    Marshall discusses Pulitzer win

    Doors continue to open for author Megan Marshall, the associate professor in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department who won a Pulitzer Prize in April for Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, including a new fellowship and serving on the American Heritage Dictionary review board.

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    Highly festive Move-In Day at Emerson

    Beyoncé is blaring and college students are dressed in tutus, leis, mouse ears, bullhorns, and suspenders as far as the eye can see. It can mean only one thing: Move-In Day at Emerson College is here.

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    Educators from China visit Emerson

    Emerson hosted a 16-member delegation of faculty and administrators from Wuhan Technology and Business University of China on August 27 as part of a professional development program to gain insight into the inner workings of American higher education institutions.

  • Melinda Robins

    Summer becomes global education

    Several faculty members traveled abroad this summer, turning their summer breaks into educational experiences that will enhance their classroom teaching at Emerson.

  • Nicol

    Athletics begins year with new leadership

    The Emerson College Athletics Department is being rejuvinated as the fall season begins under leadership of its new director, Patricia Nicol.

  • Emerson seal

    Tap and Go security system permanent

    Tap and Go, Emerson's 24/7 security card access system, will be permanently implemented this fall, requiring all students and employees to tap their College identification cards to gain access to all campus facilities.

  • Pardo

    SNL announcer Pardo '42 dies at 96

    Longtime Saturday Night Live announcer Don Pardo ’42 died in his sleep at his Arizona home on August 18 at the age of 96, according to several media outlets.

  • Asim

    Asim poem reflects on Ferguson turmoil

    Jabari Asim, associate professor in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, wrote a poem about the Ferguson, Missouri situation titled, "The Talk," which was published in the Washington Post.

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