Emerson College Today

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    Media Ethics online magazine released

    The Spring 2013 issue of the Emerson-produced Media Ethics online magazine has been released, featuring essays about the upcoming Wikileaks trial and coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings, among other topics.

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    Boston Strong students donate $894K

    The Emerson students who created the highly successful Boston Strong T-shirts to raise money for victims of the Boston Marathon attacks capped their two-month campaign June 11 with a check to The One Fund for $893,940.

  • Kotz Cornejo

    Faculty's film gets fellowship boost

    Associate Professor Cristina Kotz Cornejo has received a fellowship grant toward producing a feature film about the compex world of a Mexican sex worker living in poverty.

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    Brainport 2020 talk at Kasteel Well

    A meeting about the international Brainport 2020 economic initiative will take place at Emerson's Kasteel Well in the Netherlands on June 13.

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    3 alumni win Tony Awards

    Three Emerson alumni won 2013 Tony Awards on June 9 for their theatrical work.

  • Beaudet

    Beaudet '92 wins 2 Emmys

    Mike Beaudet '92, a part-time faculty member and investigative reporter for Fox 25 News, received two New England Emmy Awards.

  • Palmer

    Alumni launch Boston Strong music mix

    Two Emersonians have released the Boston Strong Music Project, a digital mix of original songs by local artists, including Amanda Palmer, to raise money for The One Fund.

  • Banta

    Alum in Beijing screenwriting competition

    Joshua Banta '09 is one of several filmmakers selected for the Beijing International Screenwriting Competition on June 9.



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