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    'Gabriel' film examines mental illness

    Writer and director Lou Howe screened his debut feature film, Gabriel, and offered unique insight into the filmmaking process to Emerson College Los Angeles students and alumni on February 17.

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    White '16 wins dramaturgy award

    Theatre Studies student Emily White ’16 has won a major dramaturgy award for her work on the Emerson Stage production Middletown. 

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    Film on LGBTQ theater troupe premieres

    Members of the local LGBTQ youth theater troupe True Colors on February 17 attended the Bright Lights screening of The Year We Thought About Love, a documentary about their work.

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    Community service on and off campus

    Students, faculty, and staff participated in civic engagement activities on and off campus February 13, as part of Emerson’s MLK Day of Service 2015.

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    EBONI hosts Black Light Art Gallery

    Emerson’s Black Organization with Natural Interests (EBONI) hosted the Black Light Art Gallery on February 12, showcasing the art of young students of color.

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    Reelabilities film festival featured in Globe

    The Boston Globe highlights the Reelabilities: Boston Disabilities Film Festival, which kicks off at Emerson’s Paramount Center on February 23, with the screening of Little World, a documentary about a 19-year-old cancer survivor who travels the world in his wheelchair.

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    Jon Stewart won't be news anchor, says Herzog '81

    Viacom entertainment executive and Emerson College Trustee Doug Herzog ’81 says don’t expect The Daily Show’s outgoing host, comedian Jon Stewart, to anchor the real news anytime soon.

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    Kwan '13 steers mayor speeches in snow

    With another potential blizzard predicted for Boston this weekend, Nancy Kwan '13 continues to get some intense but rewarding work experience as the city weathers several major snowstorms: She is one of two speechwriters for Mayor Marty Walsh.

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