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  • ELA move in

    ELA students move in, practice driving

    Students attending Emerson Los Angeles for the Spring 2015 semester moved into their new West Coast home on January 10 and 11. The cloudy and rainy weather didn’t stop families from enjoying the ELA building, where 195 students will reside.

  • Banks, Miranda

    Banks' book has exclusive Guild material

    A new book by Assistant Professor Miranda Banks that includes never-before-seen material from the archives of the Writers Guild Foundation, along with 50 interviews from legendary screenwriters.

  • Powerade

    Student Powerade Olympics ad gets award

    A spec television commercial for Powerade that was produced last year by more than 40 Emerson students majoring in marketing or film recently received a Hatch Award from The Ad Club of Boston—recognizing an interesting outside-the-classroom collaboration.

  • Olympics Boston

    Boston Olympics proposed by students in project

    Kelsey Doherty ’14 Donovan Birch ’14, and Luke Fraser ’14, did a project for their sports communication class last spring advocating for the 2024 Olympics to come to Boston.

  • Carnegie

    Emerson gets Community Engagement Classification

    For the first time ever, Emerson College has received the Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation, which recognizes the College for its high level of commitment to civic and community engagement.

  • Vogel

    Cisco visits Emerson marketing class

    Marketing executives from Cisco recently used the ideas of Emerson graduate students to help boost the software company’s “Internet of everything” campaign.

  • Casselman

    LA graduates search for local jobs

    Like many recent Emerson College Los Angeles graduates, Leah Casselman ’14 and Brad Cryan ’14 are staying in southern California after they complete their studies this month, joining the 4,000 other alumni who have settled in the region.

  • Gianvito

    Gianvito: Sony attempts to protect profits

    Sony’s decision to axe the movie The Interview due to an unprecedented cyber attack, which U.S. officials are blaming on North Korea, could have a lot to do with protecting its profits, said John Gianvito, a filmmaker and Emerson associate professor.

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