Emerson College Today

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    Student entrepreneurs to benefit blast victims

    Sixteen students vying for $20,000 to start their own business venture at the annual E3 Expo will also raise money for marathon blast victims.    

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    Autism-friendly play gets help from student

    A Master of Arts in Theatre Education student helped developed an autism-friendly performance of Pippy Longstocking that will be performed April 27.

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    Immigration event now on social media

    In light of the extraordinary events of the past few days, Emerson College has cancelled its soapbox event on immigration reform, which had been scheduled for Boston Common on Friday, April 19.

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    Emerson remembers marathon victims

    There were tears, songs, hugs, and an outpouring of thanks, love, and support at the Emerson community gathering to reflect on the Boston Marathon bombings.

  • Moving Forward and Healing Our Community

    President Pelton addresses the Boston Marathon tragedy

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    Women's Lacrosse wins 18-12

    A second-half surge by the Emmanuel Saints wasn't enough to stop the potent offense of the Emerson Women's Lacrosse Team as the Lions rolled to an 18-12 win Saturday, April 13.

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    Environmental factors in gun violence

    A group of Boston-area professionals who work directly with youth and communities affected by gun violence will participate in the final discussion in Emerson’s four-part series about gun violence on April 25.

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    Faculty member writing Hallmark Channel script

    Writing a television movie for the Hallmark Channel while teaching classes at Emerson is not how Walter Klenhard predicted his semester would go.


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