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  • Emerson Shakespeare Society Green Gala

    Talent Takes on Climate Change at Emerson Green Gala

    A formidable pool of Emerson College performing artists joined forces to foster awareness and exictement about sustainability at the second Green Gala, held Friday, April 22, at the Paramount Mainstage. 

  • Do Not Resist

    Emerson Alumnus Takes Top Prize at Tribeca

    Emerson College alumnus Craig Atkinson, MA ’08, walked away with a Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature from the Tribeca Film Festival for his film, Do Not Resist, about police militarization and surveillance in the United States.                    

  • James Carr, founder of Plenish

    Student Entrepreneurs Get Down to Business, Know How to Party

    Hard work was what got the students in the Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship (E3) to the minor’s annual Expo on April 22, but it was good times that ruled the day, as Philanthro Parties and Party Parcels were named the top two student ventures by a panel of industry judges.

  • PubClub book launch

    Emerson Student Authors Release Books to Fanfare

    Cummings and Carliner celebrated the publication of their debut books through Wilde Press and Emerson’s Undergraduate Students for Publishing (otherwise known as PubClub) at their book launch on April 19. 

  • Children in Ghana

    Engagement Lab Offers a [Clean] Helping Hand

    The Emerson Engagement Lab has co-designed a game to teach children how, why, and when to wash their hands, which they hope will change behaviors and save lives in Ghana.

  • Douglas Holloway

    Emerson Trustee’s Oral History Included in Library of Congress

    Emerson College Trustee Douglas Holloway ’76 made history. Now he’s made it into the Library of Congress.

  • Actress Tatyana Ali and alumna Susan Banks '76

    ELA Hosts Premiere for Movie Written by Banks ’76

    Actresses Marla Gibbs and Tatyana Ali were two of the many stars who came out for the premiere of the TV One original movie Second Sight, written and co-produced by alumna Susan Banks ’76, at Emerson College Los Angeles on April 14.

  • Thomas Grace

    Kent State Shooting Survivor Speaks at Emerson College

    Thomas Grace, author of Kent State: Death and Dissent in the Long Sixties, was in Emerson’s Beard Room to discuss and sign copies of his new book. As Grace writes in the book: “I arrived in the fall of 1968 on the campus of Kent State University hoping to study history, not to be a part of it.”

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