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Emerson College Today


  • Jae Williams honored by Boston Celtics

    Alumnus honored by Celtics for work with Boston kids

    Jae Williams, digital media producer for Emerson College, was recognized as an “Honorary Co-Captain” on March 2 during a game against the Portland Trailblazers for his work with disadvantaged youth through the Forever Ink Foundation, an educational nonprofit digital media organization he co-founded.

  • Let's Go Fund Challenge

    Challenge will support Emerson students studying abroad

    Recognizing a growing need to enable students of limited means to participate in Emerson’s expanding study abroad programs, Trustee Judy Huret, MA ’69, and her husband, Bob, have pledged a $100,000 challenge gift as the inaugural funding for the College’s new Let’s Go Fund.

  • Emerson Film Festival

    “Terranaut,” “Jonah Stands Up” Rise to Top of Emerson Film Festival

    Students, faculty, alumni, and family members packed the Bright Family Screening Room to support the diverse talent of Emersonians at the 16th annual Emerson Film Festival on March 20. Winners of the festival’s competitions will have their work submitted to the Emerson Los Angeles Film Festival in the fall.

  • Guillermo Arriaga

    Screenwriter Shares Skills at Emerson Latino Summit

    Mexican screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga joined about three dozen students and faculty members for a screening of his unreleased film, Words with Gods, at the Bright Family Screening Room on March 21, part of AMIGOS' 2016 Latino Summit.

  • Laurie Anderson

    Multimedia Artist Laurie Anderson to Headline Grad Symposium

    International multimedia artist Laurie Anderson, who has collaborated with the likes of Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno, and her husband, Lou Reed, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s New England Graduate Media Symposium, which will revolve around the theme of collaboration.

  • Samba Gadjigo talks about Sembene

    Camera as “Weapon”: Emerson Introduced to “Father of African Cinema”

    Mount Holyoke College professor and filmmaker Samba Gadjigo joined the Emerson and greater Boston communities for a screening and discussion of his documentary, Sembene!, about “father of African cinema” Ousmane Sembene on March 18 in the Bright Family Screening Room.

  • Ira Goldstone '71

    Emerson College Appoints Four New Trustees

    Chairman of the Emerson College Board of Trustees Jeff Greenhawt ’68 and President Lee Pelton have announced the appointment of four new Trustees, effective immediately for a three-year term.

  • Matthew Salesses and Jabari Asim

    Emerson Faculty, Alumnus Give Insights into Writing

    Emerson College faculty member Jabari Asim and alumnus Matthew Salesses, MFA ’10, read from their current work and talked about point of view, social media, and emotional distance when writing during a reading and Q&A on March 17.

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