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Emerson College Today


  • Emerson celebrates civil rights progress

    Emerson College is celebrating 60 years of civil rights progress with events all February long to coincide with Black History Month. On February 3, former NAACP president Benjamin Jealous will lecture and hold a teaching session.

  • Ray '14 blends film, marketing in Los Angeles

    Alyssa Ray '14, a Marketing Communication major who worked on the first Emerson Independent Film Festival, is attending the new Emerson College Los Angeles this semester.

  • Mahoney '89, longtime journalist, dies at 46

    Chris Mahoney '89, a longtime journalist and part-time faculty member in Journalism from 2008-2012, has died. He was 46.

  • Farrell, MA '08, on Grammy-winning team

    Alumna Chrissy Farrell, MA '08, an associate proucer for Hachette Book Group, was on the team that accepted a Grammy award for Stephen Colbert's audio book on January 26.  

  • Marketing student in selective workshop

    Kimberly Crunden, MA '14, of Global Marketing Communication and Advertising major, was one of 20 students nationwide to attend the 10-day Martin Agency Workshop on advertising in Richmond, Virginia.

  • Former NAACP leader: Take a stand

    Former NAACP president Benjamin Jealous encouraged Emerson students to make positive changes in their communities in a lecture at the Bright Family Screening Room on February 3.

  • 'American Hustle' editor on campus

    Crispin Struthers, an editor on the Oscar-nominated film American Hustle, spoke to a packed audience January 30 at the Bright Family Screening Room.

  • Penny '12 works for U.S. Olympic Committee

    It's no surprise that Brandon Penny '12 is working at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi as digital media content manager for teamusa.org.

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