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  • Alma Pellecer

    Pelton hosts first staff forum

    Community building was the theme of the inaugural staff forum held by President Lee Pelton November 8 in the Brown and Plofker Gym.

  • Richard LaGravenese

    Emerson and Writers Guild of America partner

    Five Emerson College students have been selected for a Mentoring Program with the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) Foundation for screenwriting, television writing, and playwriting.

  • Career Week events prepare students for jobs

    Career Week 2011 offered a roster of events aimed at helping students plan for their professions post-Emerson.

  • volleyball

    Women’s Volleyball advances to GNAC Finals

    The Emerson Women’s Volleyball team beat Simmons in the GNAC Semifinals Thursday, taking the match in four with scores of 25-16, 25-16, 24-26, and 25-15. The win puts the Lions in the GNAC Finals where they will face the Rivier College Raiders.

  • Todd Strauss-Schulson

    Alumnus directs feature film

    Less than a decade after his graduation from Emerson, Todd Strauss-Schulson '03 has directed his first feature film, A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas. He collaborated with several other Emersonians on the film.

  • Emerson College Los Angeles (ECLA) academic center.

    Emerson College Los Angeles moving forward

    In a letter to the Emerson community, President Lee Pelton and Board of Trustees Chair Jeffrey Greenhawt announced that the College is moving forward with the construction of the Emerson College Los Angeles (ECLA) academic center.

  • President Pelton and President ZHANG Huijun

    Emerson leaders visit Chinese universities

    A delegation of Emerson administrators, faculty, and staff visited Beijing, China, this week to meet with officials from Emerson’s sister university, the Communication University of China (CUC).

  • Banjo players

    Fields' documentary on the banjo to air Friday

    The national broadcast premiere of Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Marc Fields’s documentary Give Me the Banjo will air Friday (November 4) at 9:00 pm on PBS. It will be shown as part of a new series called PBS Arts Fall Festival.

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