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  • Bob and Judy Huret

    Huret, MA '69, discusses Faculty Excellence Award

    Faculty members Sam Binkley and Robert Todd have been named recipients of this year’s Judy and Bob Huret Faculty Excellence Award, which supports tenured faculty research. “My commitment to Emerson is first and foremost to the faculty,” said Emerson Trustee Judy Huret, MA ’69, who makes the generous award possible. “If we didn’t have great faculty, we wouldn’t attract great students."

  • Peter Davis

    Peter Davis to headline It's All True showcase

    Emerson College will hold the fourth annual It’s All True documentary film festival on Wednesday, April 1, and Thursday, April 2, at 7:00 pm in the Bright Family Screening Room of the Paramount Center. The two-day event is free, open to the public, and will showcase screenings of original student films as well as filmmaker and journalist Peter Davis.

  • Facher Rauch

    Facher Rauch named Interim Full-Time Title IX Coordinator

    Betsy Facher Rauch began working in her new role as Emerson College’s first full-time Title IX coordinator on an interim basis this month as the search continues for someone to fill the position permanently.

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    Men's Volleyball sweeps Emmanuel

    Emerson Men’s Volleyball swept the Emmanuel College Saints on Saturday, March 21.

  • Mark Quenzel '82 of NFL Network

    Quenzel '82 of NFL Network talks to students

    National Football League Network executive and Emerson College Alumni Association Board member Mark Quenzel ’82 spoke to students in the Bordy Theater on March 19, discussing everything from the NFL’s monstrous success to its plaguing scandals. 

  • Roxanne Gay

    Author Roxane Gay speaks to packed audience

    Emerson’s Writing, Literature and Publishing Department’s Reading Series welcomed a very high-profile guest to the Cabaret of the Little Building on March 19. Writer Roxane Gay visited campus for a question-and-answer session with students followed by a reading of some of her essays.

  • Students helping Operation Smile charity

    Visit the Panera Bread restaurant at 115 Stuart Street, Boston, on Wednesday, April 1, between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm and a certain amount of proceeds will benefit Operation Smile, a charitable organization that helps children in third-world countries with cleft lips and palates.

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    Latino Idol brings student performances

    Students celebrated Latin music and culture during the Latino Idol event in the Multipurpose Room of the Max Mutchnick Campus Center on March 18.

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