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  • Peggy and Murray Schwartz authors of new book on Pearl Primus

    Schwartz's book examines life of African-dance pioneer

    Ever heard of dancer Pearl Primus? Emerson WLP Professor Murray Schwartz admits few people have, even though she is the person most responsible for bringing African dance to America.

  • Jason Peters

    Javits Fellowship goes to alumnus

    The Jacob K. Javits Fellowship is a program of the U.S. Department of Education that provides up to $40,000 per year to students entering a doctoral program in the fields of the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

  • Cannes Film Festival Logo

    Creative Minds at Cannes selects Emersonians

    Thousands of film festivals take place annually across the globe, but few are more venerated than Cannes, the film showcase and competition that occurs in the south of France each spring.

  • Ronald Walker is the newest member of Emerson's Board of Trustees

    Walker elected to Board of Trustees

    Ronald L. Walker II, president and founding partner of Next Street, has been elected to the Emerson College Board of Trustees. 

  • Emerson College President Jacqueline Liebergott

    Scholarship fund, theater named in Liebergott's honor

    While Emerson College’s alumni, faculty, and friends continue to raise money toward a scholarship fund to be named in President Jacqueline Liebergott’s honor, the Paramount Center’s Black Box theater was renamed.

  • Peter Loge '87 honored during Communication Week

    Peter Loge ’87, a Washington, D.C.-based communications and political strategist, received the 2011 Walter Littlefield Distinguished Speaker in Rhetoric and Communication Award on March 16. 

  • Chris Montan, P ’10

    Connor Award goes to head of Disney Music

    Chris Montan, P ’10, president of Walt Disney Music, received the Joseph E. Connor Memorial Award from Emerson’s Phi Alpha Tau fraternity in a ceremony at the Cabaret on March 16.

  • Scott Bernstein speaks on a panel at Emerson

    Experts say Facebook and Twitter have revolutionized marketing

    When the newspaper world began losing revenue, longtime music critic and author Jim Sullivan left the Globe. The advice he received from friends and colleagues was, “Go online.” 

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