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    Students behind NESN film to learn fate

    Two Emerson students will find out on Monday, May 25, if they won $20,000 and a television job from NESN. Anthony Chasse ’15 and Michael Cantalupo ’16 produced a documentary about a blind college athlete, The Chaz Davis Story, for the competition-style show called NESN Next Producer.

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    Augmented reality workshop at ELA

    Professor John Craig Freeman recently taught a one-day workshop on video game design for students from 10 Los Angeles-area high schools at Emerson College Los Angeles.

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    Emerson LA hosts EVVYs party

    For the first time in its 34-year history, the EVVY Awards broadcast Emerson College Los Angeles students live during a viewing party May 16 at the Los Angeles center.

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    Speakers leave Class of 2015 with inspiration

    Good Morning America host Robin Roberts was the best-known person on stage at the 135th Emerson College Commencement Ceremony at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on May 18, but words of inspiration came from several other distinguished guests and students as the Class of 2015 bid farewell.

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    Students design violence prevention games

    A First-Year Writing Program class focusing on game design—and taught by a member of the Emerson Engagement Lab—this spring created four games that teach fellow students how to intervene when witnessing power–based interpersonal violence, which includes sexual assault.

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    Robin Roberts gives unscripted Commencement Address

    Robin Roberts spoke from the heart—opting not to use written remarks—when delivering the 135th Emerson College Undergraduate Commencement Address at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center this morning.

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    Journalism students examine police race relations

    Students in the History of Alternative Press course in the Journalism Department this spring completed a project titled “Recovering Lost Voices: Urban Policing and Minority Relations,” which examined the recent cultural tensions between minorities and police that have gained headlines across the United States in recent months.

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    CSD hosts Evidence-Based Colloquium

    Students and faculty in Communication Sciences and Disorders gathered for the first annual Evidence-Based Colloquium on Friday, May 8.

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From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »