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  • Emerson reporters at Oscars

    And the 2012 Oscar winners are…

    The Emerson community came together Sunday night both online and off to celebrate the 84th Annual Academy Awards and the Emersonians who were a part of it.

  • Terrence Howard

    Terrence Howard to visit Emerson

    Academy Award–nominated actor Terrence Howard will visit Emerson to discuss his career and his experiences as an African American in Hollywood on February 28 as part of African American Heritage Month 2012.

  • Recyclemania logo

    Emerson taking part in Recyclemania

    Earth Emerson, an Emerson student–run environmental awareness and advocacy organization, is spearheading campus participation in a nationwide college recycling contest called “Recyclemania.”

  • Oscar

    Emersonians ready for the Oscars

    From alumni and faculty involved with nominated films to student journalists reporting from the red carpet, numerous Emersonians boast close connections to the 2012 Academy Awards.

  • Raoul Peck

    Emerson to host events with Raoul Peck

    Haitian-born director, producer, writer, and activist Raoul Peck will speak at a public screening of his 2009 film, Moloch Tropical, and present at a book signing for Stolen Images: Lumumba and the Early Films of Raoul Peck at Emerson March 15 and 16, 2012.

  • Bobbi Brown

    Bobbi Brown '79 is "Mogul Next Door"

    The New York Times recently profiled Emerson Trustee and alumna Bobbi Brown ’79.

  • Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl

    Web series creators tout power of the web

    The creators and star of the hit web series Misadventures of an Awkward Black Girl Tracy Oliver and Issa Rae were at the Bright Family Screening Room February 14 to screen their show and to discuss their careers, filmmaking on the web, and the portrayal of black women in contemporary media.

  • Margot Livesey

    Livesey's latest novel homage to 'Jane Eyre'

    Margot Livesey's latest book, The Flight of Gemma Hardy, released earlier this month, is both an homage to and a reimagined modern variation on the classic novel Jane Eyre, one of the first chapter books Livesey ever read and a book she says has been a “constant companion” to her throughout her life.

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