Emerson College Today

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    MLK Luncheon kicks off Heritage Month

    Several noted speakers will take part in Emerson’s African American Heritage Month, which kicks off Wednesday, January 23, with the Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon at the Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common.

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    Student works as volunteer firefighter over break

    Students sad that winter break is coming to a close are telling us about their extracurricular excursions on social media—everything from inventing a new cookie recipe to making a difference in their communities.

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    Emerson mourns Rex Trailer

    Rex Trailer, a longtime Emerson faculty member and host of the TV show Boomtown in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, has died at the age of 84.

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    Leno, Menounos, community pay tribute to Trailer

    Jay Leno '73, Maria Menounos '00 and the Emerson community are mourning the loss of Rex Trailer, iconic TV host and Emerson faculty member.

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    Alumna heads to Morocco with Peace Corps

    Well-traveled alumna Jennan Al-Hamdouni '09 will spend two years in Morocco with the Peace Corps.

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    Pelton begins blogging for Huffington Post

    Emerson President Lee Pelton has begun blogging for the popular news website The Huffington Post.

  • Kitty Martin

    Film follows vet with PTSD

    A documentary co-produced by an Emerson alumnus that follows a U.S. Marine veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder as he rode a bicycle from Boston to Washington, D.C., will premiere January 14.

  • Weinman

    Alum releases psychological thriller

    In what he hopes will turn into a book series, Edward Weinman, MFA ’99, has just released a psychological thriller, The Ring Road, that delves into the darkness of a murder in remote Iceland.


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