Emerson College Today

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    Laci Green addresses rape culture in campus talk

    Social activist and YouTube host Laci Green discussed the hard facts of rape culture during a discussion with Emerson students on April 13 in a packed Bright Family Screening Room.

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    Engagement Lab launches Civic Media Project

    Emerson College’s Engagement Lab, in collaboration with MIT Press, has launched the Civic Media Project, an online collection of more than 100 case studies from around the world that explore the intersection of media, technology, and engagement in civic life. The CMP has already attracted more than 17,000 page views in the first two weeks of its release.

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    Cole to be honored with 'A Chorus Line' cast

    Kay Cole, an assistant professor at Emerson College Los Angeles who was an original cast member in the 1975 Broadway musical A Chorus Line, will be honored with other original cast members on April 16 at The Public Theater in New York City.

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    Stoop Kids features ELA performances

    Fourteen Emerson Los Angeles students took to ELA’s Grand Staircase to perform for their peers on Sunday, April 12, as part of a student performance night. 

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    Defining masculinity topic of discussion

    Emerson Violence Prevention and Response (VPR) hosted a screening and subsequent discussion April 6 of a thought-provoking documentary, The Mask You Live In, which examines how young men and boys use societal cues to define masculinity.

  • Ribbons on the Runway

    Fashion show for breast cancer organization

    On Sunday, April 19, Emerson sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi will host the 11th annual Ribbons on the Runway fundraiser. The event, from 4:00 to 7:30 pm at the Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common, includes a live auction, reception with food, live music from the Emerson a cappella group Achoired Taste, and a fashion show. 

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    Chamberlain '15 is a viral video whiz

    In the early hours of the morning when you’re probably sleeping, Daniel Chamberlain ’15 is likely awake in his Piano Row suite concocting his next viral video. His YouTube channel, Dizzy City Nation, has garnered more than 3 million views.

  • Chris Kane

    Mom of two, Kane '16 co-leads polling club

    It’s common for the fellow students of Chris Kane ’16 to mistake her for a professor, but that doesn’t bother her. “I don’t mind at all,” said the mother of two, who is majoring in Political Communication through the Communication Studies Department. 


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